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The future of storytelling: People want to befriend characters and influence their decisions

The future of storytelling: People want to befriend characters and influence their decisions | Creatively Teaching: Arts Integration | Scoop.it

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malek's curator insight, August 9, 2013 8:22 AM

Technology can make the ultimate fantasy come true: we live in the stories we watch on the screen. That will re-invent the way we think about brands.

Lindsay Wilson's curator insight, August 15, 2013 1:10 PM

How would you feel to listen to stories that interact with the GPS of your smartphone/tablet/computer to include appropriate sound cues and character introductions?

Sandrine Delage (Borgé)'s curator insight, August 17, 2013 2:00 AM

Bonjour,

 

L'article montre ici comment aller plus loin dans l'interaction et c'est sans doute un modèle inspirant pour l'engagement de followers sur les réseaux sociaux.

Tous les ingrédients sont présents : des personnages et une histoire qui nous accrochent et qui nous rappellent l'enfance qui n'est pas si loin, un dispositif d'interaction simple par le mobile, une prise en compte rapide du retour des utilisateurs.

Recette qui semble gagnante mais qui demande un contenu de valeur, une stratégie sans faille de l'organisation qui accompagne l'opération. Pas si simple !

 

Bonne semaine,

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Storytelling Websites and Resources | Elizabeth Figa

Resources for storytelling performances, training, coaching, and research.

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Coletta P. Kahn's comment, July 26, 2013 12:13 AM
wow good one!!
Dr. Karen Dietz's comment, July 30, 2013 8:50 PM
Thanks Coletta!
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7 reasons visual storytelling is one of 2012′s breakout trends

7 reasons visual storytelling is one of 2012′s breakout trends | Creatively Teaching: Arts Integration | Scoop.it

The rise of visualizations You've seen infographics on websites, embedded SlideShare present...


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9 Creative Storytelling Tools That Will Make You Wish You Were A Student Again

9 Creative Storytelling Tools That Will Make You Wish You Were A Student Again | Creatively Teaching: Arts Integration | Scoop.it

T.H.E. Journal asked educators for the most creative storytelling apps available, and we did a little digging on our own, too. The tools and apps we found turn students into novelists, artists, and moviemakers with each tool bringing its own powerful mechanism for transforming the traditional narrative--both inside and outside the classroom...


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Pamela D Lloyd's curator insight, February 28, 2015 7:19 PM

Lots of new tools to play with!

A.K.Andrew's curator insight, March 2, 2015 11:24 AM

while I haven't tried these apps, it's a great selection of giving your novel am visual summary.  Anything to breathe some life into that synopsis eh? I'll def. Be checking the, out

Charlie Dare's curator insight, March 6, 2015 6:28 AM

Lucky IT students of today ~

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Visual Writing Prompts: invitations to storytelling

Visual Writing Prompts: invitations to storytelling | Creatively Teaching: Arts Integration | Scoop.it

(by John T.Spencer)...


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Fifty Ways to Leave Your Term Paper/Book Report & Tell Your Story — @joycevalenza NeverEndingSearch

Fifty Ways to Leave Your Term Paper/Book Report & Tell Your Story — @joycevalenza NeverEndingSearch | Creatively Teaching: Arts Integration | Scoop.it

Although we believe that students need to develop the skills necessary to prepare a thoughtful, well-written, inquiry-driven research paper, our students have many other engaging product options. They can acquire subject knowledge and develop transferable information literacy and technology skills through a variety of creative activities. The following is a list of some alternative assessments for your class. For any research product or response to literature, consider how we might offer video, digital storytelling and publishing, art, drama, or presentation as an option for students to creatively communicate/share/publish/broadcast the knowledge they have gained. 


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What is a Natural Storyteller?

What is a Natural Storyteller? | Creatively Teaching: Arts Integration | Scoop.it

"You know that feeling, when you can’t wait to get home to tell your significant other about the crazy thing that just happened at work? The second you walk through the door, even before you kick off your pinchy-toe shoes, you’re saying, “You’re not going to believe this . . .” as you launch into the story, complete with revealing hand gestures, passion, and well timed pauses that effortlessly build to the riveting climax."


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Dr. Karen Dietz's comment, April 16, 2013 12:37 PM
And many thanks to Denyse, Comeja, Two Pen's, and Os's additional comments pointing out the value of this article.
Ally Greer's curator insight, June 10, 2013 3:29 PM

Anyone who knows me knows that I love telling stories. (Usually more than once.) The above excerpt essentially describes every single day of my life. Sharing life experiences with people who mean something to me is what makes these experiences that much more exciting.


Read below, as Karen Dietz sums up my thoughts way better than I ever could. Thanks Karen and Gregg!

Dawn Mullen's curator insight, July 4, 2013 9:11 AM
I am a Realtor not a writer. I still have to use the story in both pictures and words to tell the story of a home I am selling. It is true a picture is worth a thousand words and together a picture and a caption should be not just information but a story. Call me. I can show you the difference.
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Lessons from the Future of StoryTelling summit

Lessons from the Future of StoryTelling summit | Creatively Teaching: Arts Integration | Scoop.it

David Rowan: 'Delegates at the event, on 5 October, came from ad agencies and design shops, from the Punchdrunk theatre company and the Library of Congress -- all drawn by a shared curiosity about "reinventing the way stories are told"' ...


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6 Ways to Shake Up Your Storytelling Style

6 Ways to Shake Up Your Storytelling Style | Creatively Teaching: Arts Integration | Scoop.it
Stories teach us, inspire us, and allow us to experience worlds we would not otherwise know. We learn about each other through sharing stories.
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How To Ask [for stories]--And Listen [to stories]--Like You Mean It

How To Ask [for stories]--And Listen [to stories]--Like You Mean It | Creatively Teaching: Arts Integration | Scoop.it

Questions are the expressive, probing language for growing others; listening is the receptive, facilitating language for growing others. These two complementary approaches form a continuous growth conversation loop.

 

Leaders who are helping others to grow and innovate are always trying to craft the best questions to make a difference. Here's how to ask the questions that will propel your team and your organization forward.

 

Listening -- I mean listening really well -- is sometimes hard to do. Here's a great article by Kevin Cashman, author of The Pause Principle, reminding us that the more deeply and authentically we can listen to another, the deeper our questions go, and the deeper our understanding becomes.

 

Listening deeply is the first storytelling skill to build -- so you know which story to share or ask for. And then so you can dig more deeply into the story to understand what it really means.

 

For leaders, this is essential. For anyone wanting to master business storytelling, it is critical. Many marketing and branding folks have still not caught on to listening as being a vital component when using stories.

 

Sooooo -- here's a reminder that also contains some great insights, a list of what not to do, and a nice section on the power of authentic questions.

 

Now I'll go on a hunt and see if I can find an article for you just on the Art of the Question. For as they say in Appreciative Inquiry, the question is the intervention -- so knowing how to craft and ask the question is key.

 

In the meantime, enjoy this article.

 

This review was written by Karen Dietz for her curated content on business storytelling at www.scoop.it/t/just-story-it ;


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