Explore the 12 winning proposals in the Interactive Haiku NFB/ARTE digital art competition. How short and quick can digital storytelling get? Find out!
Posts Tagged ‘digital storytelling’
Each month, the NFB interactive studio in Montreal takes you backstage with a blog post on a hot topic in interactivity and digital media.
The NFB Education team is eager to help you as you prepare your classes for the coming semester. Explore all that we have to offer!
Meet our dynamic contest winner! Many talented students participated in the Canada Day Challenge, and you can hear all about Sarah’s experience. Maybe you should enter next year, too. Spread the word!
Immerse yourself in Round 2 of the acclaimed interactive documentary game about the world’s largest energy project in Alberta.
This blog post was written by Fouad Sassi and Jessie Curell. In early December of last year, National Film Board Education Specialists Fouad Sassi and Jessie Curell traveled to Iqaluit, the capital of Nunavut, as part of an extensive Educational Outreach initiative focused on Canada’s newest territory. The NFB has the world’s largest collection of more »
This is a guest post written by Claudia Sicondolfo In the fall of 2011, NFB Education launched a national competition inviting teachers to enter and win an opportunity for their students to participate in a free digital storytelling contest. 1,305 teachers signed up—1,015 in English and 286 in French. The winners were teacher Mary Stauth more »
* This is a guest post by Lindsay Wright, Manager, National Education Programs Is it possible to fall in love with a city of 20 million people in 6 days? Based on our recent experience in Brazil, the answer is yes! Melissa Wheeler and I were fortunate enough to travel to Sao Paulo in early more »