Untold Stories: Digital Stories, Final Conferece

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Untold Stores - Digital Story Telling Final Conference Fürstenfeldbruck (Near Munich), Germany 26 September 2009

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  • 1. UNTOLD STORIES Final Conference The final conference of the Untold Stories project will be held in Frstenfeldbruck, Germany on 26 September 2009. Europes i2010 initiative emphasises the enhanced use of ICTs for lifelong learning and social inclusion, making Europes rich literary and audiovisual heritage available to as many people as possible by combining individual creativity with the opportu- nities offered by new technologies. MDR Partners Libraries, museums and other cultural organisations can play a vital role in deliv- Project Co-ordinator ering new learning agendas using techniques such as Digital Storytelling, building Czech Republic on their strong roots in local communities, by developing partnerships with local Cross Czech a.s. organisations and seeing themselves as part of the lifelong learning and social inclu- Denmark sion landscapes. Gellerup Bibliotek Germany Untold Stories has set out to provide informal learning opportunities for migrant Agency for Education of Frstenfeldbruck city communities across Europe by carrying out, testing and evaluating innovative Dig- Greece ital Storytelling methodologies, helping to develop on a practical basis the learning Veria Central Public Library dimension of cultural organisations. A major practical dimension of this work is to Switzerland establish and implement a process for the creation of libraries of Digital Stories. SVEB The initial results can be seen at: http://www.untoldstories.eu/ Migrant communities based in the Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany and Greece Venue: Seminar Hall 1 have been enabled to record and share their personal experiences in a digital envi- Bildungsagentur Frstenfeld ronment, using the potential of Web 2.0 technologies. Frstenfeld 8 82256 Frstenfeldbruck The conference will demonstrate and discuss the outcomes of Untold Stories and (nr .Munich), Germany look forward to ways in which its scope and that of other key Digital Storytelling initiatives can be taken forward. Date 26 September 2009 Cultural sector representatives from all over Europe are invited to share their expe- riences, good practices and exchange their views on ways in which they can contrib- ute to learning, creativity, mutual understanding and social development through Digital Storytelling. The Conference is free but places are limited. Registration is essential. Register for the conference at: http://www.untoldstories.eu/eng/About-the-Project/Events/Final-Conference This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information www.untoldstories.eu contained therein
  • 2. UNTOLD STORIES Final Conference Programme 26 September 2009 Ver: Draft Plenary Session: Date: 8.9.2009 Robert Davies / Olga McHenry 9.30 Welcome. Mayor of City of Frstenfeldbruck 9.40 Introduction of the conference programme and Untold Stories Project including Library of Digital Stories Project Coordinator, MDR Partners. Robert Davies / Olga McHenry 10.05 Welcome Agency for Education of City of Fuerstenfeldbruck inclusively Presentation of the Untold Stories Toolkit Dr. Jutta Thinesse-Demel 10.15 Digital Stories: New Emerging Area in the Work Programme for Cultural Institutions. Norwegian National MLA Authority ABM-Utvikling, Norway Gunnar Urtegaard 10.35 Learning with Digital Stories: Digital Storytelling for Migrant Communities. Digi-Tales Department of Media and Communications, Goldsmiths University, London, UK Mark Dunford 10.55 Digital Storytelling: Global Prospective. Centre for Digital Storytelling, USA Joe Lambert 11.15 Discussion 11.30 Coffee and networking Panel: Representatives of Migrant Communities from 4 Regions Participating in the Untold Stories Project Moderator: Ruth Jerman, Switzerland 11.50 Telling immigrants true stories. Reality and Memory Gazmend Kapllani, Albania 12.05 Verein Hilfe von Mensch zu Mensch: Bavarian organisation working on migrant integration Creating Digital Stories: innovative integration-methodology Sadija Klepo, Bosnia 12.20 Soziale Stadt Frstenfeldbruck: Municipal organisation working on migrant integration : Creating Digital Stories: good-practice-examples for creating new learning processes Nursen Gencer, Kazakhstan 12.35 Discussion 13.00 Lunch continued... Seminar Hall 1 This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. Bildungsagentur Frstenfeld Frstenfeld 8 This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission 82256 Frstenfeldbruck cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein (nr .Munich), Germany www.untoldstories.eu
  • 3. UNTOLD STORIES continued...Final Conference Programme 14.30 Innovative Services for Libraries, Museums and Other Cultural Institutions: Informal Learning Opportunities through Digital Storytelling and how to engage Migrant Communities Moderators: Ioannis Trohopoulos, Veria Public Library and Lone Hedelund, Gellerup Public Library 14.30 Induction and Experiences of Veria Public Library, Greece Director, Ioannis Trochopoulos and Gellerup Public Library, Denmark Branch Librarian, Lone Hedelund 14.40 20 children - 20 countries 20 stories - (Journey for Justice) CEO Digital StoryLab (associated with CDS, Berkeley), Copenhagen Anne Hvejsel, Denmark 14.50 Getting migrants integrated through museums, Lisbon President of the Manuel Carmo Foundation Margarida Ruas, Portugal 15.00 Cooperation and experiences of migrant community and international organization for migration Bohdan Rajcinec, Marie Rihova, Czech Republic 15.10 Activate integration through reality of Open-Air Museums