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Title Telling our stories : aboriginal young people in Victoria and digital storytelling / Fran Edmonds, Richard Chenhall, Michael Arnold, Tania Lewis, Susan Lowish

Published [Parkville, Victoria] : Institute for a Broadband-Enabled Society, The University of Melbourne, 2014

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Physical description 1 online resource (47 pages) : colour illustrations
Bibliography Bibliography: pages 43-46.
Summary In 2012-2013, the Institute for a Broadband Enabled Society (IBES) at the University of Melbourne provided funding for researchers to work with Aboriginal young people in Victoria on a digital storytelling pilot project. Findings from this pilot project will contribute to the ongoing research made possible through funding from the Australian Communications Action Network (ACCAN) and via an Australian Research Council Linkage Project. This report describes the aims, methodology and findings of the pilot project and considers outcomes that are relevant for the conduct of the larger project. These findings will contribute to future digital storytelling workshops to be conducted as part of the ACCAN and ARC LP grants in 2014.
Notes Title from home page (viewed January 28, 2016)
File type Text (HTML and PDF)
System notes System requirements: Adobe Acrobat Reader
Other author Edmonds, Frances, author
Chenhall, Richard, author
Arnold, Michael, 1952-, author
Lewis, Tania, author
Lowish, Susan, author
Institute for a Broadband-Enabled Society (University of Melbourne), issuing body
Subject Aboriginal Australians -- Victoria -- Folklore.
Aboriginal Australians -- Victoria -- History.
Digital storytelling.
Tales -- Victoria.
Storytelling -- Computer network resources.
Oral communication -- Digital techniques.
ISBN 9780734049094