Story Circle: Digital Storytelling Around the World

On 16 May the State Library of Queensland hosted celebrations for the 2nd International Day for Sharing Life Stories.

Professor Brad Haseman speaks to digital story tellers at the State Library of Queensland's Talking Circle

Professor Brad Haseman speaks to digital story tellers at the State Library of Queensland's Talking Circle

The event also marked the launch of Story Circle: Digital Storytelling Around the World, a book by local authors John Hartley and Kelly McWilliam.   The book was launched by State Librarian Lea Giles-Peters. Queensland University of Technology academics Professor Brad Haseman and Professor John Hartley talked to a crowd of the digital storytelling community about the power and potential of telling stories using new technologies. 

For more information on State Library’s digital storytelling program, visit the Queensland Stories website or subscribe to the Queensland Stories discussion list.

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The book Story Circle is ideal for year 12 Media Studies students.Any student doing any visual or audio presentation of a story could use the book for information about digital story telling, whether it be ideas, methodology, background information or source material.

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