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In order to access the Media School Digital Storytelling workshop and join a class, students need to obtain an access code from an educator. When you create a class in the workshop, a unique 6-letter access code will appear on the “My Workshops” dashboard. You will have to share this […]
It is possible for teachers to try out the Media School Digital Storytelling workshop without completing the entire workshop experience. To access the Media School Digital Storytelling workshop demo as a teacher, you must sign in to your NFB.ca account affiliated to a CAMPUS subscription. On the workshop presentation page, […]
The Media School Digital Storytelling workshop is an online introductory course on media production for students aged 13 to 18 years old. Guided by filmmaker and mentor Paul Tom, students will navigate through hundreds of videos and interactive activities that will allow them to acquire long-lasting competencies in the following […]
The Media School Digital Storytelling workshop is not yet entirely accessible. We are currently working on adding subtitles to the videos and making the interactive activities more compatible with various accessibility softwares. This article will be regularly updated with the latest news on this matter.
You are having any technical issues with the Media School Digital Storytelling workshop? Your students reported an issue? To help us understand and resolve the issue, please contact us and include as many of the following details as you can: The teacher or student account email for whom the issue […]
Teacher Access To access the Media School Digital Storytelling workshop as a teacher, you need to sign in with your NFB.ca account affiliated to a CAMPUS subscription. You will then be able to select the “WORKSHOPS” menu on the left navigation pane below the sign-in section. For more details about […]
The Media School Digital Storytelling workshop is compatible with any type of computer (including Chromebook) that supports the most recent versions of the following browsers: Chrome, Firefox, Edge and Safari. Tablets and mobile phones are not recommended as some interactive activities are not compatible with touchscreens. However, this type of […]
To ensure a good experience while using the workshop in the classroom, we recommend following these technical requirements: Internet connection: a minimum of 1Mbit/s guaranteed per student for videos; Wi-Fi network: a recent network installation, ideally with 5 gHz pods; Headphones for each student or device are recommended.