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The Museum Virals – films made by the young people taking part in Scotland Creates – have just been launched. Filmmaker and sounddelivery associate, Suzanne Cohen, ran two workshops in Edinburgh for the volunteers. The brief was for the young people to make a short film for their partner museums with the aim […]
We’re delighted to have produced a new booklet ‘How we can bring our stories to life – a guide for charities’. It was written for our Social Media Exchange event in January 2014, a training day where charity staff and media professionals explored how best to find, capture and share stories. The guide is full […]
We’ve already started putting together our ideas for SMEX15 and we’d really love to have your input. So if you’ve come across great examples of digital storytelling, or would like to hear more from a particular individual you admire please get in touch. The event will take place in January 2015 and will include [… –
The Intrepid Explorers training course, run by the Foyer Federation, was a chance for young people to learn multimedia skills to tell their stories.
Sounddelivery was there to run sessions on social media, blogging, photography, video and audio. Here are some of the interviews recorded during the training.
We had some great speakers at the Social Media Exchange event and in between sessions had the chance to ask them for some of their tips. The first of these eight short videos features Fi Glover, presenter of the BBC’s The Listening Project, with some advice for charities when it comes to making an impact.