Category Archives: Faculty Stories

A Digital Story for Geology

Time Traveling at Cape Arago: A Meditation on Geology and Human Scale My husband Peter and I visited Cape Arago last weekend, and I became fascinated with photographing the remarkable rock formations, features, and detail there. With a little research, I … Continue reading

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“My Mother, Alzheimer’s & Art” A Digital Story by Satoko Motouji

“My Mother, Alzheimer’s & Art” A Digital Story by Satoko Motouji Continue reading

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Stay Fluid: DH@theCC!

Digital Storytelling unit at a NEH funded Institute here at LCC! Continue reading

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“Mistakes Well Taken” by Satoko Motouji

“Mistakes Well Taken” by Satoko Motouji Continue reading

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Remember Me

A video making a musical appeal to remember the homeless at Christmas time. Continue reading

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“Life of Ty” by Dale Schaper

A fun digital story by a retired engineer, Dale Schaper, about Titan Ty and his LCC campus adventures. Continue reading

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7 Stages Storywork

A digital story about the central metaphor in Joe Lambert’s book, “Seven Stages and Human Experience.” Continue reading

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Thought Leaders

Which of my students will one day be a thought leader? Continue reading

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We Can’t See What We Can’t See

LCC Education instructor Merrill Watrous shares one story from her winter sabbatical – the experience of creating a story at the Center for the Digital Story in Berkeley. In this story, she ponders questions posed by author Cathy Davidson. Continue reading

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“Fit to Teach,” by Merrill Watrous

A teacher reflects on what she learned from taking a class of fourth graders on a maritime adventure–more about herself than them! Continue reading

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