Storytelling in the Digital Age: Embrace the Change – Oct. 8

Posted August 11, 2011 in Events

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Webster’s defines the term ‘symposium’ as a gathering where there is an interchange of ideas. SCBWI Austin has gathered together a number of local accomplished professionals who are well-versed in various aspects of the quick-moving, fast-changing business of e-publishing to lead us in such an exchange of ideas regarding Storytelling in the Digital Age. As a result of this symposium’s interchange of ideas, our creative community will be better equipped to embrace the changes before us in the continually evolving, ever-exciting world of digital publishing.

The fees for this event are $75.00 for members and $100.00 for non-members. Fee includes a morning coffee/ juice bar and lunch. Mark your calendars for Saturday October 8, 2011 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at St. Edward’s University - Fleck Hall.

Registration

For more detailed information and registration information: Storytelling in the Digital Age Registration Packet

Non-SCBWI Member Registration: $100

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SCBWI National Member Registration: $75

You must be a current paid member of the National SCBWI to be eligible for this price.
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What’s On the Agenda?

  • Via Skype – SCBWI and Digital Storytelling with Lin Oliver, SCBWI Executive Director
  • Creating and Maintaining Your Web Persona presented by Erik Kuntz
  • Standing Out in the E-book Crowd: Storybook Apps, Enhanced Content, and Digital Marketing Extras presented by Deanna Roy
  • Your Story as Electrons: Breathing Life into Words in the Digital Age presented by P.J.Hoover
  • There’s an App for That presented by Amanda Williams
  • How Do They Do That?: Creating Digital Books presented by Meridith Blank Taylor
  • From Oop to App: The Transformation of Picture Books to Apps presented by Lindsey Lane
  • Paper to Pixels: The Art of the Digital Paintbrush presented by Clint Young
  • xtranormal: The Storyteller’s Dream Software presented by Zack Gonzales
  • YouTube and the Science Behind Visual Learning presented by Joel Hickerson
  • Storytelling in the Digital Age: Imagine presented by Ezra Weinstein
  • The Indie and Age of Digital Storytelling presented by BookPeople
  • Children’s Book Illustrators and Technology presented by the Girllustrators
  • Social Media 101 presented by Nick Alter
  • Getting Discovered: Why You Should ABSOLUTELY Give Your Stories Away for Free presented by Bear James