Willison shared insight into the creative storytelling process—whether you’re producing news articles, podcasts, social posts, videos or other content. She shared her expertise on what good storytelling can do, the tactics she uses in her day-to-day work, examples and practical advice to get started with storytelling.
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The storytelling process through video & podcasts
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Check out the slide deck and session video:
- September session slides
- September session captioned video
- September session captioned video with audio descriptions
Storytelling resources & examples
- Sea Grant “Introduced” episode 8: “Crayfish Crisis” (podcast)
- “Using Narratives and Storytelling to Communicate Science with Non-expert Audiences” (research article)
- “Testing Maple Sap, Fish and Wild Rice for PFAS” (video)
- “Storycraft” by Jack Hart (book)
- Transom “Sound School” (podcast)
- Join the Podcasting@UW Community of Practice listserv (note: you need to be logged into Gmail through your wisc.edu account)
- University Communications general information and specific storytelling resources
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