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Andreas Schuch

Multiplier Event at the European Centre for Foreign Languages of the Council of Europe (ECML)

On June 28, 2022, the University of Graz hosted a multiplier event at the Council of Europe’s European Centre for Foreign Languages (ECML) as part of the Erasmus+ project DigLit. DigLit is an educational project funded by the EU. The aim of the project is to raise awareness of students… Read More »Multiplier Event at the European Centre for Foreign Languages of the Council of Europe (ECML)

CfP: Mediating Social Challenges: Art, Storytelling & Teaching Practices

Call for papers for DigLit Conference The call for papers for the final conference of the Erasmus+ Project DigLit: Lit. Up Your Phone – A Digital Toolkit for ESL/EFL Classroom to Combat Social Inequalities in Times of Covid-19 Crises  has just been published. The conference will be held in Graz from May 5-6,… Read More »CfP: Mediating Social Challenges: Art, Storytelling & Teaching Practices

Second Transnational Meeting

The second transnational meeting of the Erasmus+ Project DigLit: Lit. Up Your Phone – A Digital Toolkit for ESL/EFL Classroom to Combat Social Inequalities in Times of Covid-19 Crises took place in Venice from September 18-20, 2022 and was organized by our partners at Ca’Foscari University. The most important topics of the meeting… Read More »Second Transnational Meeting

First transnational meeting

The first transnational meeting of the Erasmus+ Project DigLit: Lit. Up Your Phone – A Digital Toolkit for ESL/EFL Classroom to Combat Social Inequalities in Times of Covid-19 Crises took place in Pécs from June 2-4, 2022 and was organized by our partners at University of Pécs. The most important topics of the… Read More »First transnational meeting

Digital Storytelling Workshops for Styrian English Teachers

Throughout March and April 2022, several Digital Storytelling workshops were conducted online with English teachers from all over Styria, Austria. The workshops were part of a larger continued education program for teachers organized by the University College of Teacher Education Styria. Digital storytelling is a flexible teaching tool that allows… Read More »Digital Storytelling Workshops for Styrian English Teachers

Digital Storytelling and Erasmus+ Project “Deutsch-Unterricht Online” (DUO) (German)

On 24 March 2022, Narrative Didactics research group conducted a digital storytelling workshop for the Erasmus+ project “Deutsch-Unterricht Online” (DUO) in German. The aim of the workshop was to introduce digital storytelling to participants and to support them in creating their first digital story. The workshop was led by Andreas… Read More »Digital Storytelling and Erasmus+ Project “Deutsch-Unterricht Online” (DUO) (German)

Integrating Narrative Methods and Digital Technologies in University Teaching at ITAT in winter semester 2021/22

Das Institut für Theoretische und Angewandte Translationswissenschaften (ITAT) an der Universität Graz hat auch im Wintersemester 2021/22 narrative Methoden und Medien wieder in der Lehre angewandt und weiter ausgeweitet. Studierende der Translationswissenschaften haben neben digitalem Storytelling auch weitere medialen Formen in folgenden Kursen angewandt: Allgemein: Übersetzungswissenschaftliches Seminar (Lehrender: Prof. Stefan… Read More »Integrating Narrative Methods and Digital Technologies in University Teaching at ITAT in winter semester 2021/22

Digital Storytelling Workshop at ARQUS European University Alliance

A digital story is a short-form video in which someone narrates and shares personal, cultural or other aspects of their life with others. On 4th February, the University of Graz organises the online Workshop “Digital Storytelling for Administrative Staff”. In this workshop, participants will receive an introduction to digital storytelling… Read More »Digital Storytelling Workshop at ARQUS European University Alliance

Meaning Making Through Narratives (DigLit Discussion Series, 19 January 2022)

The next DigLit Discussion Series event is coming up on January 19, 2022 at 6.00 pm (online). Please find the poster attached and feel free to spread the word with your students and colleagues. The event is open to everybody but a registration via email to is required. You will… Read More »Meaning Making Through Narratives (DigLit Discussion Series, 19 January 2022)