In recent years, the Third Sector has seen a growing need to tell its own story and tell the outside world not only about its activities, but also the stories of those with whom volunteers and operators come into daily contact.
Digi.Story is a course addressed to volunteers, operators and ordinary citizens to increase their narrative and digital skills in order to promote the NPO organizations of the territory and increase their active participation in the respective communities.
To find out more watch the video on the side.
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About The Course
The course consists of 8 short video lessons in English (with the possibility of subtitles in Czech, Lithuanian and Italian), each addressing a specific topic (what is storytelling, how to build a story, social media for digital storytelling, etc.).
Each video lesson is accompanied by an in-depth essay (in English, Czech, Lithuanian and Italian) provided by our lecturers in order to allow users to go into the subject in detail.
Finally, each essay refers to bibliographical and sitographical references through which to learn more about the subject.
Storytelling for nonprofit organizations
How to tell a story
Social media for digital storytelling #1
Social media for digital storytelling #2
The role of the music in storytelling
The artistic way of making storytelling
Social media copywriting and graphics in Canva
Canva video and animation maker
About the Partner
L’Altra Città is a second-level association of non-profit actors active in the territory of Southern Tuscany to support people.
Responsible Society (ReS) is non-profit organization established to promote and support responsible approach trough research and education at all levels of social life, especially in the field of education, public policies, entrepreneurship and science through education activities and research.
Alytus Music School was founded in 1957. Currently, the school employs 50 full-time teachers all of whom are true professionals and experts in their field.
Here is a preview of the first lesson of the course