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Creating a Culture of Storytelling

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Meeting Description:
Making storytelling an organizational priority is as important as the technology you use to tell your story.
 
Successful storytelling does not happen in a blink of an eye, out of thin air, or by pressing a magic button. In fact, storytelling done right is a multi-tiered process that requires working with staff, donors, and beneficiaries to organize, produce, and publish assets to the web. 

Please join us on April 4 at 11 a.m. Pacific time for this first installment of our TechSoup Digital Storytelling Challenge webinar series. Our guests will speak to the importance of creating a culture of storytelling at your nonprofit, library, charity, or social benefit organization.
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Date: Thu, Aug 15, 2013
Time: 10:00 AM PDT
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): Becky Wiegand
 Presenter Information
Viktor Sjoberg
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Viktor Sjöberg is the Digital Services Librarian at the Escondido Public Library. Escondido Public Library’s LibraryYOU project invites community members to step beyond being consumers of information to become content creators and share their knowledge and expertise on any topic. Viktor recruits and contacts contributors, plans and executes the production process, which involves filming, recording and editing material. He is involved in LibraryYOU training, development of educational content and Library website updates. Along with Teen Librarian Joanna Axelrod, Viktor has recently launched a new outreach program for teens called Pop Up Podcast. The program is a fun after school-activity that provides an opportunity for teens to learn about audio recording technology while developing self-expression and presentation skills. Viktor holds a Master's Degree in Library and Information Science from the University of Borås in Sweden.


Zoe Blumenfeld
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Zoe Blumenfeld is the Communications Manager for Global Fund for Women, the largest publicly supported grantmaking foundation that advances human rights by investing in women-led organizations. Zoe is lucky to share the bold and inspirational stories of women from almost every corner of the world, and conspires to turn all her colleagues into confident storytellers.

 


Brandon Walowitz
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Brandon Walowitz is a filmmaker with ten years of production experience creating video for TV and the web. Brandon is fortunate to share his love of storytelling with others as an educator for Lights.Camera.Help., which created the world’s first cause-driven film festival where a portion of the proceeds go to the causes represented in the winning films. In addition to producing an annual film festival, Lights.Camera.Help. provides educational programing designed to teach nonprofits about the power of filmmaking and how they can create a film that will make a difference for their cause.

Michael DeLong
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Michael DeLong is TechSoup’s online community manager.