School of Continuing Studies

XCOM-705 - Future of Storytelling

Available dates

May 11—24, 2020
Online
USD 856

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About the course

As technology evolves at a rapid pace, so too does the ability to tell and share stories for social impact in exciting new ways. Through inspiring examples and interviews with thought-leaders, this course will explore how storytelling will evolve in the future and what those “change spaces” mean for effectively communicating the work of the social impact sector. Students will learn about five key storytelling megatrends based on Georgetown University research, such as virtual reality and citizen storytelling programs, as well as apply those ideas for the benefit of their own work.

Course Objectives

Learning Objectives

  • Describe current change spaces in social impact storytelling:
  • Assess future trends in social impact storytelling
  • Apply the current change spaces to a storytelling strategy

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John Trybus

John D. Trybus is a social strategist on a mission to help impact organizations embrace the blur—between sectors, functions, departments and human strengths—for good. He leads and manages Georgetown University’s Center for Social Impact Communication, a research and action center working to igni...

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