Beyond the Written Word: Historical Storytelling in an Multidisciplinary World
This survey is designed to learn about how we tell stories through art, literature, theatre, music, and pop culture—in both in the real and virtual worlds. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2rC4YsT

Note: For the purposes of this survey digital media is any tool online or offline that uses technology to distribute information.

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Why do you consider yourself a storyteller?
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What forms do you use to tell your stories?
How would you describe your approach to storytelling?
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How do(es) your chosen art form(s) factor into your creation of narrative?
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Do you use digital media when you tell stories? What types of media do you use?
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What are some of the challenges of telling stories in the digital age?
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What are some examples of interesting storytelling that I should watch/read/listen to? Why do you find them compelling?
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Optional question: How can historians use multimedia/interdisciplinary storytelling to tell a broader American story?
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