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Exploring the meaning of "social inclusion" through Digital Storytelling

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Social Studies +1 Age Levels Post-Secondary, Adults

This collection was made for a hands-on workshop organised by the Dresher Center for the Humanities at UMBC as part of the Inclusion Imperative Program.

During the workshop UMBC faculty and graduate students have the opportunity to learn some of the key elements of digital storytelling focused on questions of inclusion and justice. 

They will practice storyboarding and editing audio/visual materials as well as discuss how narrative structure and modes of storytelling vary in the diverse culture contexts in which we work and live. 

No Inclusion Here

National Museum of African American History and Culture

Preamble

Smithsonian American Art Museum

Italian Shrine

Smithsonian American Art Museum

Children Studying

National Museum of African American History and Culture

Jikka Housing Complex, with Wheelchair-Accessible Pool

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

Jacqueline Cochran (d. 1980)

Smithsonian Institution Archives

Fragile Crossing

Smithsonian American Art Museum

I Am a Man

National Museum of African American History and Culture

Statue of Liberty Hanukkah Lamp, 1986

National Museum of American History

John R. Lewis

National Portrait Gallery

Blown up Pipeline, Panama, STRI

Smithsonian Institution Archives

Iron collar and key

National Museum of African American History and Culture

Shifting States: Iraq

Smithsonian American Art Museum

Button, "Vote For Me Too"

National Museum of American History

Universal Access Flag Lap Blanket

National Museum of American History

Sketching a story

Antonia Liguori

Storyboard template

Antonia Liguori

Recording

Antonia Liguori