- The Twessay Title:
- — Donna M. Alexander (@americasstudies)Fri, Nov 13 2015 10:52:29Storytelling is evolving. Write an essay about this issue in 140 characters using #DHUCCtwessay. Innovate, narrate. Don't waste a character.
- The Answers:
- — Arlene Murray (@arlsmur)Fri, Nov 13 2015 21:41:26
- — Cian (@RegularCian)Mon, Nov 16 2015 20:37:48We r story-driven. Intrinsic to our intellectual evolution. New methods r pioneering. Experiment, engage, express..connect. #DHUCCTwessay
- — Cathal Deasy (@deasy2306)Wed, Nov 18 2015 21:03:21Storytelling has moved towards digital.Ebooks emojis and socialmedia all tell stories. As language changes so does storytelling#DHUCCTwessay
- — Deirdre Brady (@deebrady_dh)Thu, Nov 19 2015 01:31:25Storytelling is evolvin&changin wit culture&technology.Stories which wud otherwise b lost r being digitalised 4Future gens 2 c #DHUCCtwessay
- — Jeff Hodder (@Jeffhodder22)Thu, Nov 19 2015 12:57:20how we read will always be the same, but we will always find new ways to read because just like technology reading is evolving#dhucctwessay
- — Andrew Wiggins (@AndyWiggins_DAH)Thu, Nov 19 2015 11:37:36Stories are ever evolving and with that so are the ways they are created and delivered to their audience. This is the future! #DHUCCTwessay
- — Aiserz pls (@Aiserz)Thu, Nov 19 2015 11:54:46Onceuponatime, stories cudonlybe pased arond by word ofmouth, etched on items andred in buks. & now the intnet is a partofit. #dhucctwessay
- — Jack Roche (@jackrochedh)Thu, Nov 19 2015 12:25:35Way in which we tell storys has always been everchanging butWe must not lose track of what we love about them in da 1st place #dhucctwessay
- — DenisVaughan (@DenisVaughanUCC)Thu, Nov 19 2015 12:41:29The richness and values of storytelling are staying pure but its accessibility is becoming far easier through online resources #DHUCCtwessay
- — Patrick O'Toole (@paddykoolster)Thu, Nov 19 2015 13:15:27
- — Senan (@senanclancy)Thu, Nov 19 2015 16:15:08Storytelling is evolving, thanks to the internet, stories are now being digitalised so they can be told to a broader audience #DHUCCtwessay
- — Andrew Douglas (@physc65)Thu, Nov 19 2015 16:18:29#DHUCCTwessay Storytelling is changing in our digital revolution, everything is online and it opens new avenues of creativity to us all.
- — Jadwiga P (@jadwiga_98)Thu, Nov 19 2015 16:52:19Oral-->written-->print-->...digital. Evolution in the how/when/where of storytelling is nothing new, the story is unchangeable #DHUCCtwessay
- — Luke Crowley (@LukeJohnCrowley)Thu, Nov 19 2015 17:44:37People interact with stories & change them through new types of Games;this interactive medium is the evolution of storytelling #DHUCCtwessay
- — eoin long (@eoinlong6)Thu, Nov 19 2015 18:07:53
- — Princess Aoife ♡ (@a0ifer)Thu, Nov 19 2015 23:57:53The digital age 📲🎙📽📻📺 is helping to preserve the art of storytelling and how we tell our stories 📚 such as emoji stories 💪🏼🏋🏻🏅 #DHUCCtwessay
- — laoise (@LaoiseBADHITUCC)Fri, Nov 20 2015 08:58:16From word of mouth->📕📚📖->🎬📽📺->Interactive narratives, storytelling has always adapted to every generation 👶🏼👧🏾👨🏽👩🏻👴🏻👵🏽#DHUCCTwessay
- — Sean Hegarty (@Mc_Heggers)Fri, Nov 20 2015 09:03:25Story telling has evolved in a certain way that it still holds the old meanings, but has evolved mostly in its accesibility #DHUCCtwessay
Twessay 2: #DHUCCtwessay, DH1001 Concepts and Collaborations in Digital Humanities, 2015.
This is the second of two required Twessays that the DH1001 class in University College Cork must complete as part of their continuous assessment.
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