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Tourism Storytelling: tourism is a medium, tourist experience is the message
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The Shapes of Stories, a Kurt Vonnegut Infographic

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Maya Eilam is a freelance New York City graphic designer making digital and printed works that bring creativity to communication. Including websites, logos, social media graphics, custom lettering, illustration, photography, infographics, and more.


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Penelope's curator insight, April 21, 10:19 AM
Visuals are wonderful learning tools, and this beautiful infographic is a keeper. Created by an artist to depict "The Shapes of Stories" by Kurt Vonnegut, the pictures are worth a thousand words.

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Ivon Prefontaine, PhD's curator insight, May 20, 12:38 PM
This would be an interesting way to teach writing in school. There are certain basic literary archetypes that teachers could focus on. this is not an exhaustive list, but is a great place to begin
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Infographic: How People Decide What Movies to See

Infographic: How People Decide What Movies to See | Tourism Storytelling, Social Media and Mobile | Scoop.it

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The Digital Rocking Chair's curator insight, November 19, 2014 12:22 PM


Josephine Opar:  "Google and Millward Brown Digital broke down how American and Canadian moviegoers research the films they watch, and it looks like YouTube is a major source of inspiration."

Wendy Yackimec's curator insight, November 20, 2014 10:59 AM

Just because it looks so cool. Interesting too.

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SEVEN STEPS TO THE PERFECT STORY [Fun Infographic]

SEVEN STEPS TO THE PERFECT STORY [Fun Infographic] | Tourism Storytelling, Social Media and Mobile | Scoop.it

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Mary Westcott's curator insight, March 1, 2016 10:14 AM

Maybe a tad too complex for our young students, but still a nice way of understanding the foundations of storytelling!!

Marisa d's curator insight, March 11, 2016 12:22 AM

Maybe a tad too complex for our young students, but still a nice way of understanding the foundations of storytelling!!

Salena Argar's curator insight, May 17, 6:31 AM
Seven steps to the perfect story is a great visual representation of how to build a story. This clearly explains the process of how students can construct their narrative and the types of characters they will use. I would definitely use this in my classroom to help students understand the process of creating a narrative.
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How to harness the power of immersive media (infographic)

How to harness the power of immersive media (infographic) | Tourism Storytelling, Social Media and Mobile | Scoop.it

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The Digital Rocking Chair's curator insight, March 4, 2015 1:52 PM


Frank Rose:  'In an article in Admap a couple of years back, noted branded content guy Graham Hodge said some very nice things about The Art of Immersion but observed quite rightly that the book "stops short of offering advice to brands."'

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Kurt Vonnegut's Shapes of Stories in infographic form

Kurt Vonnegut's Shapes of Stories in infographic form | Tourism Storytelling, Social Media and Mobile | Scoop.it

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Fotis Begklis's curator insight, February 26, 2014 3:32 AM

Nice

Debbie Elicksen 's curator insight, February 28, 2014 12:00 PM

How would you shape your story?

Andrew Raimist's curator insight, March 1, 2014 1:06 AM

Kurt Vonnegut's rejected anthropology thesis proposed that the shapes of a culture's stories was at least as important as the shapes of their pots and spearheads.


I've been interested about the potential relationship of literary form to visual form, how we understand them logically, intellectually and emotively. How could a drawing, painting or work of architecture express the ideas contained in a work of literature through the use of form?


You can see Vonnegut discuss his ideas on the shapes of stories in this clip on YouTube:


http://youtu.be/oP3c1h8v2ZQ