Our two-and-a-half-day iPhone Workshop adapts the Standard Workshop curriculum to enable participants to explore tools for iPhone photography and video editing. We support participants in producing two- to three-minute personal video stories on the iPhone platform. The workshop represents a great opportunity for educators, journalists, health and human services professionals, and interested media enthusiasts to learn about the iPhone as a multimedia production device.
Participants must bring an iPhone 3, 4, or 5, iPod Touch, or iPad; purchase of appropriate iPhone Apps (approximately $15) is also required.
History and Practice of Digital Storytelling
Seven Steps Overview
Story Writing Exercise
Individual Script Review
Photo walk II
Editing on iPhone Tutorial
Presentation of Stories
Location: Center for Digital Storytelling, 1250 Addison Street Suite 104, Berkeley, CA 94702
Lead Facilitator: Joe Lambert, Founder and Director, Center for Digital Storytelling
Times: Workshop will take place 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day
- October 22-24, 2014 (Wednesday-Friday)
- September 16-18, 2015 (Wednesday-Friday)
Let us design a Custom Training for you.
Let the Center for Digital Storytelling bring digital storytelling to your school, workplace or community. Rather than just sending one or two individuals to our public workshops, we can help you design a sustainable practice that creates a cohort of digital storytellers. Bring us in to facilitate custom trainings that bind individuals and communities together in ways that other trainings cannot. We offer each of our public workshop formats in the United States and internationally, and customize sessions to address the specific needs of your group. Learn more about our Custom Project Services.