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Writing Workshop-20201109 10am

Dr. Mary Lawson walks several students through the process of coming up with a structure for the Reading Culture scholarship competition essay.

From  Jennifer Crispin on 11/9/2020 0 likes 0  

Storytelling lecture by Dr. Roger Wood

Dr. Wood was a special guest lecturer to our Digital Video class. Roger talked about the importance of stories as being an essential to the way the human brain functions. As a way to organize our…

From  Ruben Duran on 10/7/2020 0 likes 0  

Let's make history…by recording it - StoryCorps & TED Prize

View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/let-s-make-history-by-recording-it-storycorps-ted-prize Download the StoryCorps app here: http://ow.ly/UZarA What if Anne Frank hadn’t kept a…

From  Shane DeHorney on 07/31/2020 0 likes 0  

Alex Temblador

In her debut novel Secrets of the Casa Rosada, author Alex Temblador explores Martha’s journey of discovery in her new city. Martha must adapt quickly to a new climate, new religion (her…

From  Ruben Duran on 02/11/2019 0 likes 0  

Nicole Thompson

THE HURRICANE HARVEY STORIES: August 27, 2017 - Not everything recognizes and stops with the powerful impact and challenges presented from a Hurricane, and Nicole tells us how the continuation of…

From  Ruben Duran on 01/26/2018 0 likes 0  

Erick Estrada

THE HURRICANE HARVEY STORIES: August 27, 2017 - Eric was raised up by his mother and grandmother, promoting a strong bond with both his grandparents, which he shared in the interview. The cycle of…

From  Ruben Duran on 01/26/2018 0 likes 0  

Gene Walker

THE HURRICANE HARVEY STORIES: August 27, 2017 - HCC has many older adult students working toward re-certification, career advancement, academic opportunities, etc., and Gene shares his story, and…

From  Ruben Duran on 01/26/2018 0 likes 0  

KEISUKE HIRAKI: My Grandparents Met a Moon Bear

KEISUKE HIRAKI digital storytelling project, Fall 2017. Professor Ann Nunes Fall 2017 class.

From  Ann Nunes on 12/11/2017 0 likes 0  

Jimmy Patiño— author of Raza Sí, Migra No

HCC Mexican American & Latino Studies presents historian Jimmy Patiño, author of Raza Sí, Migra No. The lecture underscores the immigrant experience during the Chicano Movement. A…

From  Stalina Villarreal on 09/20/2017 0 likes 0  

Dr. Ausma Khan: The Unquiet Dead

Reading Culture and The Reel Film and Speaker series present Dr. Ausma Khan author of the book The Unquiet Dead. Dr. Khan holds a Ph. D. in International Human Rights Law with a specialization in…

From  Ann Louise Bragdon on 11/9/2016 0 likes 0  

The Boys: by Christy Shell

Digital Storytelling workshop at Northwest Campus. Conducted in the Summer of 2015 by the Center for Digital Storytelling.

From  christy.shell on 07/6/2016 0 likes 0