Digital storytelling – A key activity
Digital storytelling in the LIDA project
Storytelling is used in the LIDA project of many reasons. It’s a tool for sharing important and personal stories, for empowerment and inclusion, for mutual education and for improving digital skills.
Book Contract with Springer Nature Sustainable development Goals series
The LIDA team, represented with the four book editors Stephen Dobson, Brit Svoen, Gabriella Agrusti and Pip Hardy, has now signed a book contract with Springer publisher, and will publish the open access edited book titled Learning Inclusion in a Digital Age. Belonging and finding a voice during the autumn. We’re happy to announce that the book has been accepted for the Springer Nature Sustainable Development Goals series:
“The Sustainable Development Goals Series is Springer Nature’s inaugural cross-imprint book series that addresses and supports the United Nations’ seventeen Sustainable Development Goals. The series fosters comprehensive research focused on these global targets and endeavours to address some of society’s greatest grand challenges. The SDGs are inherently multidisciplinary, and they bring people working across different fields together and working towards a common goal.”
The book consists of three parts, and the following chapters are now completed:
Introduction by Stephen Dobson and Brit Svoen
Part I: How can governments and intergovernmental organisations support learning inclusion and active citizenship?
Promoting social inclusion and mutual understanding. Intertwined efforts at local, national and international level
Gabriella Agrusti, João Caramelo and Andrea Ciasca Marra
Towards wellbeing-ness as an experience of inclusion, belonging and voice in a digital (post-Covid) world of global change?
Stephen Dobson and Pip Hardy
The Global Network of Learning Cities in the light of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
Konstantinos Pagkratis and Stephen Dobson
Part 2: How can the education sector and public/private enterprises support learning inclusion and active citizenship?
Fostering social inclusion of vulnerable people: experience from the Italian and Portuguese contexts
Valeria Damiani, Susana Coimbra and Ana Costa
Voice, belonging, storytelling and transformation: promoting wellbeing and inclusion through digital storytelling – philosophical considerations in institutional settings
Pip Hardy and Stephen Dobson
Professional activism for inclusion: workplace learning, resilience and engagement
Ana Costa and Susana Coimbra
Part 3 Different methodologies that can be adopted an explored in a storytelling approach
We belong and connect when we have a voice. A learning design for inclusive learning
Brit Svoen and Marta Pinto
Bridging the gaps – promoting wellbeing and social inclusion of girls through digital storytelling
Elsa Guedes Teixeira and Angélica Monteiro
Multilingual stories for immigrants and refugees: A language-as-resource approach
Espen Stranger-Johannessen and Valeria Damiani