Twine: Storytelling, Teaching, Research (May 31)

Twine: A Tool for Storytelling, Teaching, and Research
Wednesday, May 31, 2017 - 3:00pm to 4:00pm

Twine is an open-source tool for telling interactive, nonlinear stories.

You don't need to write any code to create a simple story with Twine but it publishes directly to HTML so you can post your work nearly anywhere.

This webinar will focus on using Twine in your storytelling projects, your teaching, and in your research. It will be led by HASTAC Scholars Sarah Evans and Richard Snyder.

RSVP here to receive a link when the webinar starts.

Sarah Evans is a Ph.D. candidate from North Carolina State University's Communication Rhetoric and Digital Media program. Her dissertation work focuses on feminism and technology with an emphasis on digital game design for non-coders. Sarah is excited to host this webinar because she wants to show as many people a possible the joys of using Twine!

Richard Snyder is pursuing a Ph.D. in English at Washington State University, where he studies intersections between multimodality, visual culture, and book history in the contexts of early modern English literature and contemporary digital culture. Richard is excited to host this webinar because he likes to get creative with Twine in the classroom and in personal projects.


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