Category Archives: Lectures

Digital Storytelling as a module in an ICT and learning course for colleagues. In just 10 hours over two days they produced a personal story and discussed adaptations to learning situations. Watch Janickes story about mastering a challenging situation through trust and simple technologies.


My 16th. We celebrate the International day for sharing life stories

In Oslo, Norway, we will organize an open storytelling session in a small cultural café located in a historical building in the previous industrial area along the river Akerselva: “The house of Hønse-Lovisa”.  Hønse-Lovisa is a well known character from the novels by Oscar Braaten describing the lives of the factory workers along the river. The arrangement is open to the public and everybody is welcome to share their stories related to the theme “The manifold life along Akerselva”. We have made arrangements with various people to tell their stories. Among them people from the local history group, some local museums, an artist who is showing his paintings in the café and a professional storyteller.

Workshop with Joe Lambert in Scandinavia

I want to share with you an invitation from Trampolinstory in Gothenburg, Sweden. They arrange a workshop together with Joe Lambert, July 15-17. Register at or contact Trampolinstory.

Networking with results

As a follow-up after the conference CREATE-SHARE-LISTEN Pip Hardy and Tony Sumner visited Oslo this week. They spent Monday with us discussing a common research program iand gave a lecture to students, staff and guests on Wednesday. Have a look at the University College Website about “Stories that make a difference”.

Meet me at the Digital Storytelling Dialogue

in Helsingborg, October 21.-23. It’s a really exciting program

Se oppslag om seminaret med Lambert

HiO-veven, nettsidene til Høgskolen i Oslo har referert fra seminaret med Lambert.

Joe Lambert visits Oslo in February

Joe Lambert will guest Oslo University College and give a talk about his experiences with Digital Storytelling. The lecture is open to all.

Where: Gerd Wangs auditorium, ground floor, Eva Balkes Hus (Pilestredet 48)
When: 11th of February, 1300-1500