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Are you interested in the mechanics of current fiction formats? Do you want to know how stories are told? Do you want to analyze, understand and create stories and narratives? Then join our MOOC and share our passion for storytelling. Together with a whole network of media researchers, creators and students we will learn storytelling basics such as antagonist/protagonist relationships, narrated time.

Assessment

This course does not involve any written exams. Students need to answer 5 assignment questions to complete the course, the answers will be in the form of written work in pdf or word. Students can write the answers in their own time. Each answer needs to be 200 words (1 Page). Once the answers are submitted, the tutor will check and assess the work.

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Course Credit: Iversity

Course Curriculum

1.0 Introduction to Storytelling 00:06:00
1.1 Welcome! 00:05:00
1.2 Origins of Storytelling 00:07:00
1.3 Story vs. Plot 00:03:00
1.4 Story Structure: Narrative Units 00:06:00
1.5 Story Structure: Story Design 00:07:00
1.6 A Closer Look a HOOK HOLD and PAYOFF 00:05:00
1.7 Cornelia Funke: Building Characters 00:04:00
1.8 Cornelia Funke: A Writer’s Approach to Creating 00:07:00
2.1 Serial Storytelling on TV – Introduction 00:05:00
2.2.1 Serial Storytelling – Weekly formats in serial TV 00:08:00
2.2.2 Serial Storytelling – Weekly formats in serial TV 00:10:00
2.3 Serial Storytelling – Weeklies vs Daylies 00:11:00
2.4.1 Serial Storytelling – Production process – Des Doyle 00:09:00
2.4.2 | Serial Storytelling – Production process – Rebecca Ahlen 00:05:00
2.5 What are the biggest challenges in creating a TV series? 00:06:00
3.1 Web Series 00:06:00
3.2 Dealing with short attention spans 00:07:00
3.3 Web Therapy, House Of Cards & more 00:06:00
3.4 Financing, Branded Entertainment & Product 00:10:00
3.5 Web Series and beyond 00:11:00
4.1 Intro Inspirational Week 00:01:00
4.2 Robert Pratten (Transmedia Storyteller) 00:05:00
4.3 Prof. Dr. Distelmeyer (History & Theory of 00:05:00
4.4 Michael Straeubig (Game Designer) 00:03:00
4.8 Outro & Creative Task of the Week 00:02:00
5.1 Storytelling in Digital Games | Intro 00:02:00
5.2 Gameplaying & Storytelling in Digital Games | Computer Game Museum 00:13:00
5.3 Scenes & Actions in Digital Games 00:13:00
5.4 Adventure Game Architecture 00:15:00
5.5 The Future of Computer Game Storytelling 00:06:00
5.6 Talk: Dr. Mark Butler and Prof. Winfried Gerling 00:22:00
5.7 Outro & CREATIVE TASK OF THE WEEK 00:01:00
6.1 What is Location Based Storytelling and Augmented Reality? 00:10:00
6.2 Where does Location Based Storytelling come from? 00:05:00
6.3 Digging Deeper – Narrative Design and Game Mechanics 00:08:00
6.4 How to create a Location Based Game or Story 00:11:00
Assessment
Submit Your Assignment 00:00:00
Certification 00:00:00

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