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ELO Salon - Shared screen with speaker view
Kirill Azernyi
16:05
Hi all!
Lyle Skains
16:14
HI!
Deena Larsen
16:19
Hey hi
Deena Larsen
20:04
Yes, the salons are at https://elmcip.net/event/elo-virtual-salons
Lyle Skains
22:13
https://books.emeraldinsight.com/page/detail/Using-Interactive-Digital-Narrative-in-Science-and-Health-Education/?K=9781839097614
Deena Larsen
28:42
Are you reaching the audience:Reading levellikes dislikesemotional connections to stories is so important!
Deena Larsen
29:39
Reach the young! They will vote, they will influence the families, and their peers.
Deena Larsen
29:55
I really like the inclusion of gender.
Deena Larsen
30:53
A lot of reserch into the audience
Deena Larsen
31:48
And you are working in their media --they are texting all the time, so this is their communication avenues
Deena Larsen
35:28
this needs to be shown in schools--how do we promote it within an educational system? Can we approach school boards the way that textbooks do?
Deena Larsen
35:48
This is so good for literacy (reading new words)
Deena Larsen
37:10
i love that test: Did the lack of instructinos stop you? Great criteria
Deena Larsen
38:11
Love the timing--thinking of this as an hour-long lesson
Deena Larsen
40:32
Infectious stories, I wonder if we could get with insurance companies to play on their apps for patients
Deena Larsen
41:40
You can't connect with a character--but you can connect on the second person--You
Deena Larsen
44:43
Echoing existing campaigns allows the repetition you need to have for a message to sink in
Deena Larsen
46:00
Brilliant move to launch a career :P
Deena Larsen
49:04
You need the complexity, as in Rememori, you need the story engagement... but you need the message and to research the audience.
Deena Larsen
51:48
Thinking of Kate Pullinger reaching out to the UK Prime Minister--we have to be on these levels!
Deena Larsen
52:29
How do we create and how do we measure their efficacy--and readership?
Deena Larsen
59:54
Write it and they will come vs. Write to the purpose...
Deena Larsen
01:01:39
or pay to use the graphics (thinking about the 1920 Oz drawing of Dorothy
Deena Larsen
01:09:26
Brian Boyd's evolution of art and play
Deena Larsen
01:09:33
origins of play and fiction
Deena Larsen
01:10:24
We pass down lore
Kirill Azernyi
01:10:29
Is it The Brian Boyd - the Nabokov scholar??
Lyle Skains
01:10:45
Dautenahn
Deena Larsen
01:11:24
I think it is https://www.researchgate.net/publication/257807107_Brian_Boyd's_Evolutionary_Account_of_Art_Fiction_or_Future
Kirill Azernyi
01:12:24
spoke to him last year on game/play dichotomy a little bit
Kirill Azernyi
01:12:34
Thanks for the reference!
Deena Larsen
01:17:30
Games, and puzzles invite us to solve problems, which can transfer to real world problems
Deena Larsen
01:19:58
Maybe also get with Climate change leadership?
Deena Larsen
01:20:32
https://www.climaterealityproject.org/
Lyle Skains
01:23:50
ARDIN, INDCOR
Deena Larsen
01:23:54
INteractive Digital stories
Deena Larsen
01:29:39
https://www.usbr.gov/climate/ See the series of webinars
Deena Larsen
01:33:55
Pleasure principal Jane Yellowleas Douglas
Deena Larsen
01:34:30
https://dl.acm.org/doi/abs/10.1145/336296.336354
Deena Larsen
01:34:53
REader engagement and control over the narrative
Deena Larsen
01:35:43
Typology of links
Deena Larsen
01:35:49
How do readers look at links
Deena Larsen
01:36:37
Directional, narrative, information/meta, content link
Deena Larsen
01:36:47
affective links
Deena Larsen
01:38:01
Links to entice engagement-->narrative links that move the story forward
Deena Larsen
01:40:37
When we read fiction, we are trying on lives and characters that are not our own