Smartphone Video Storytelling is designed for instructors to help their students quickly master the techniques for making compelling short-form video content with a smartphone.
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I first used an iPhone to teach mobile journalism at the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University at a workshop on Nov. 27, 2007. I also taught them social media and simple data visualization techniques in the same workshop. The first thing I did I was to poll the freshman class about social media […]
“How do we make stories that mobile users will love?” is a great question to ask these days as the intersection of mobile+social+video continues to grow stronger and more profound.This topic creates a number of exciting possibilities and opportunities for mobile storytellers and story builders. This topic is something that I have been researching and presenting on […]
Get started making incredible multimedia story cards that can be shared on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. What is a story card? Making tutorials that show how to make #mojo story cards like this using your iPhone. www.smartfilschool.com A video posted by robb montgomery (@robbmonty) on May 3, 2015 at 3:32am PDT This is an example […]
Trends in Mobile-first storytelling: International Journalism Festival. Read on Storfiy: http://sfy.co/a0VNS [View the story “Trends in Mobile-first storytelling. International Journalism Festival in Perguia #IJF15 @journalismfest” on Storify] Navigate the @journalismfest Universe, with this Twitter data viz. h/t @mirkolorenz http://www.misurarelacomunicazione.it/2015/04/20/ijf15-mappa-interattiva-delle-mention-degli-hashtag/
Radio free Europe made this brilliant interactive map of Moscow’s coercive diplomacy using the open source tool: storymap. StoryMap is a free and easy-to-use tool that journalists can use now to create exclusive, Web-native multimedia story experiences. I am very excited about that. As a professor at the International Academy of Journalism, the 11 fellows […]