This week was historic: the first workshop for “Celebrate Texas Voices” was held at Region 17 Service Center in Lubbock. Twenty five educators from around West Texas gathered for two days to learn how to create digital stories using a “digital backpack” of equipment and free software.


Here are a few of the wonderful stories created by these South Plains digital storytellers! More information is available if you want to attend an upcoming Storychasers workshop or are interested in “volunteering your site” to host a Storychasers workshop!


Find more videos like this on Celebrate Texas Voices


Find more videos like this on Celebrate Texas Voices


Find more videos like this on Celebrate Texas Voices


Find more videos like this on Celebrate Texas Voices


Find more videos like this on Celebrate Texas Voices

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