The Center for Peace and Global Citizenship (CPGC) and Instructional and Information Technology Services (IITS) teamed up once again to offer a three-part workshop for students on digital storytelling.
Participants first worked on gathering a story from pictures and video of their summer internships and trips, with the help of Philadelphia artist Jamie Schilling. Next, they learned how to use FinalCutPro, a video editing and audio recording software, to edit and finesse their work, with help from Chloe Tucker, international programs coordinator for the CPGC, and Charles Woodard, the digital media specialist in IITS.
The workshop series, which has been held three times since 2012, has helped to create a number of student video projects. To see more, watch one of the video projects created by Helen Farley ’14, a student at last year’s session. Read more about how the digital storytelling workshop came together last year on the Instructional Technology blog.
Photos by Brad Larrison.