Digital Storytelling

We have an awesome opportunity to train a group of faculty/staff in the art of digital storytelling!   A big thank you to Roberta Cantow and our Strategic Planning Council for approving Strategic Planning Priority Funding (SPPF) for this opportunity.

If you’re like me, you may be wondering what digital storytelling is. On Thursday May 4th we held a webinar to learn more about the art of digital storytelling.  During the webinar we also learned more about the upcoming 3-day intensive training August 10th-12th and the 1-day training on Thursday August 17th (during plenary).

Click here to water a recording of the webinar

Digital storytelling could be used to tell your own personal story, a story about the work you do to serve students, or maybe have students tell stories, or to tell stories highlighting a theme, such as our 2017-2018 college theme of “Better Together”.

Here’s a flyer for more information on the digital storytelling program that will be held at Palomar:

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Here’s the PowerPoint from the May 4th Webinar:

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Reimagine Palomar: Conclusion

This is our final discussion of the book “Redesigning America’s Community Colleges: A Clearer Path to Student Success”

Question:  You have now completed the book “Redesigning America’s Community Colleges: A Clearer Path to Student Success”.  What is your top 10 list of opportunities Palomar College has to increase student success?

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How to participate in the Reimagine Palomar discussions

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Starting February 9th we will have two in-person morning coffee talk meetings bi-weekly for every chapter of the book.

If you cannot make the in-person meetings, you can also provide your feedback and thoughts right here on the PD Blog.  Just click on “Reimagine Palomar” in the menu and you will see all posts associated with this discussion.

If you cannot make the in-person meetings, but would like to talk about the book with others, please feel free to set-up other times!  You can suggest alternative meeting times by commenting on this post and anyone who is available can reach out to you and join you for a conversation.