July 11-12 Immigration History Research Center Presentation

The Immigration History Research Center (IHRC) will be hosting a free, two-day digital storytelling workshop as part of its Immigrant Stories research and archiving project. The IHRC began Immigrant Stories in 2013 to collect, preserve, and share the experiences of Minnesota’s newest immigrants and refugees. The workshop will guide participants through the process of making digital stories about their personal or family immigration stories. No previous experience is required. All digital stories will be preserved in the IHRC Archives and shared via the Minnesota Digital Library.

The workshop will be held on July 11 and 12. Lunch and parking vouchers will be provided. This workshop is limited to ten participants.  https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B99ebkG0WZZQQnpJSjh3V3B6eG5Oa185TEwzOG5saVJrQjZB/view?usp=sharing

To register: http://z.umn.edu/immigrantstoriesworkshop

For further information, contact IHRC Program Associate Elizabeth Venditto:vendi002@umn.edu

Christopher J. Johnstone, Ph.D.
Director of International Initiatives
College of Education and Human Development
Twitter: @UofM_CEHD_Intl

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