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Who gets to have silence? How does silence make meaning? What does rest sound like? How might sound resist or disrupt? What is the difference between music and noise? What kind of work does music do? What are we communicating with our voices? Further Readings Rice, C., Bailey, K. A., & Cook, K. (2021). Mobilizing […]

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Photo: Michelle PeekThe digital storytelling format provides for many different approaches to the sound as an aspect of constructing a digital story. In our online workshops we discuss three main methods of creating a soundscape: recording directly into WeVideo, recording on Zoom (especially good for interviews and incorporating other voices) and recording sound/voice on another […]

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Photo: Michelle Peek | Art: Jaene F. CastrillonIn digital storytelling the voiceover is often referred to as the spine of the story. In its traditional form, a storyteller writes a short script to read or they speak improvisationally, whichever form feels more comfortable. A three-minute digital story is built on a 350-word script. Many are […]

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WeVideo is an online video editing platform that allows for collaborative approaches to digital storytelling and is the main story construction tool we use in online digital storytelling workshops. Throughout these modules we have included video tutorials that explain how Re•Vision uses WeVideo in our online workshops. Back Next

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