Videoconferencing across the Country & Throughout the World.
- Videoconferences are available for
- staff training in interactive storytelling
- consultations for professionals, students, and the general public
- seminars, demonstrations, presentations
- Videoconferences are conducted via computer using Skype and Webcam for voice and visual contact.
- Videoconferences are completely interactive. Conversations, discussions, question and answer sessions occur in real time exactly as they do in face to face contact.
- Sessions are tailored to meet specific needs
- StoriesWork offers culturally appropriate sessions, using stories from around the world.
- StoriesWork training for bi-lingual staff is usually done in English with suggestions and assistance for translations into the native language.
- Interactive Storytelling relies on speech and hearing, not on literacy or reading. It is a suitable technique for staff or participants with limited or no reading skills.
- Videoconferences accommodate time differences between sending and receiving sites.
- StoriesWork personnel are available for a full year following the videoconference to help with questions, problems, suggested stories, etc.
- Fees are determined on a sliding scale.
Evaluations from a 2003 StoriesWork videoconference with staff from the Confederated Tribes of Coos, Lower Umpqua, and Siuslaw Indians, and the Women's Safety and Resource Center in Coos Bay, Oregon
"The (videoconference) workshop was wonderfully done."
"A very creative method."
"Continue, continue, continue!"
"Thank you…for your landmark work."
"You did an awesome job…If you would like me to help you market this (videoconference) program, I would be happy to."
For more information or to schedule a videoconference: