The Digital Storytelling Project (DSP) is a collaborative cultural exchange project which provides students the opportunity and resources to reflect and express their experience of studying or living abroad through digital media. Sixteen students will be selected to participate in a workshop and create a digital story based on their experience living and studying abroad.
Applications now open: click here to apply
Goals: To reflect on moments of growth and learning during a period of studying or living outside one's home country and to develop a personal narrative through words and images which express a sense of global competence and personal development.
Who: The DSP is open to recent study abroad returnees and international students studying at Georgetown as a degree-seeking or exchange student.
Why: This will be a film you can keep, place on your digital CV or creative portfolio, and use as an opportunity to reflect and work on your narrative and storytelling skills. The DSP offers a unique opportunity for students to engage on a personal level with the international campus community in a meaningful way.
If you are not familiar with the concept of digital storytelling, check out the videos from the Fall 2016 DSP Showcase by Claire Leduc, Brittany Neihardt and Whitney Zhao here!