About The Instructor
Cheryl Diermyer has over 30 years experience in eMedia communications and instructional technology services. Cheryl is an award winning photographer and
a two-time Associated Press award winning video journalist. In addition to her B.A. degree in Visual Communication and M.S. degree in Instructional Technology
and Education, she holds graduate certificates in Instructional Design for Online Learning and in Digital Storytelling from the Center for Digital Storytelling,
Berkeley, California and the University of Colorado, Denver. She has taught photography, videography and digital storytelling in Nicaragua, Guyana, Michigan,
North Dakota, California and Wisconsin.
About The Workshop
During the 3-day workshop, Cheryl will use group instruction and individual attention to guide participants through the process of identifying, scripting,
and producing a multimedia story. The workshop gives time for reflection, assistance in scripting stories, developing technical expertise with digital media
software, and practicing tips on how to engage your audience through a multimodal format. The use of mobile devices for story production and sharing will also be presented.
By the end of the workshop you will have:
- Knowledge of a variety of different story
- Practiced creative communication strategies
- Applied multimedia production skills needed to
produce a digital story
- Gained familiarity with digital web resources
and intellectual property issues
- Produced a 3-5 minute multimedia digital story
- Gained digital media production skills that
strengthen your ability to produce digital stories
In preparation for the workshop, each participant should consider the story
he/she wants to tell, bring supporting digitized photos that help to show the story, and bring one 2GB (or more) thumb-drive. Participants must also bring their computer with the current version of
Apple iMovie (preferred) or
Windows Movie Maker.
This class is limited to 12 participants.
Cost: $375 for CPM members
$395 for nonmembers
Refunds will be made, less a $15 processing fee, if the cancellation is received by September 28, 2012.
Refunds, less the processing fee, will only be made after September 28, 2012, if a replacement registrant is found.
A waiting list will be maintained once the workshop is full. Openings will be based on the day and time your name is posted to the waiting list.
To sign up for this workshop, visit the PhotoMidwest 2012 Registration page.
For additional information, contact
Wisconsin Story Center.