If you work in a museum, library or archive and you’re looking for digital storytelling inspiration, here are links to three ideas in this blog:
Archive Meets Storytelling – A step-by-step set of instructions on how to run a workshop which delivers short videos mixing considered but unscripted personal reminiscence with existing archive footage.
What a Museum is – Pondering on museum paradigms: “Living-memory sections of museums are more to do with memories than artefacts. So museum managers can feel free to move away from traditional perceptions of what it is they’re doing. That’s when they’ll feel it’s OK to instruct their staff to spend less time on objects and more on helping people to share their own memories with other visitors.”
I’m posting links back to these following on from my post yesterday about museum story kiosks called Managable digital storytelling for museums.
Written and first published by Gareth Morlais on 3 June 2009