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LD-234222-16
Global Minnesota: Immigrants Past and Present
Erika Lee, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

Grant details: https://securegrants.neh.gov/publicquery/main.aspx?f=1&gn=LD-234222-16

“Minnesota’s Immigrant Roots: Connecting Immigrant Histories to Contemporary Communities” (Web Resources)
Title: “Minnesota’s Immigrant Roots: Connecting Immigrant Histories to Contemporary Communities”
Author: Immigration History Research Center
Abstract: Video recording of the Global Minnesota event: “Minnesota’s Immigrant Roots: Connecting Immigrant Histories to Contemporary Communities," April, 2016
Year: 2016
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=adzE-dCx-SQ&list=PLQ9-Tzr7Neq1dxaeZkiXs-iTmDw3-c_Dc&index=2

“Seeking Refuge: Minnesota and Refugee Experience” (Web Resources)
Title: “Seeking Refuge: Minnesota and Refugee Experience”
Author: Immigration History Research Center
Abstract: Video recording of Global Minnesota's event “Seeking Refuge: Minnesota and Refugee Experience," April 2016
Year: 2016
Primary URL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bdUxmEHGHzU&list=PLQ9-Tzr7Neq1dxaeZkiXs-iTmDw3-c_Dc&index=1

"Walking Tour of Saint Paul's East Side (Blog Post)
Title: "Walking Tour of Saint Paul's East Side
Author: Janelle Nivens
Abstract: Brief summary with pictures of aspects of the 07/09/2016 walking tour of St Paul's East Side, "From Then to Now: Immigration and the (Re)Making of Saint Paul's East Side," that the blogger found interesting.
Date: 07/10/2016
Primary URL: http://http://www.nivens.me/walks/walking-tour-of-saint-pauls-east-side
Website: The Nivens

"Migration and Digital Storytelling" (Conference/Institute/Seminar)
Title: "Migration and Digital Storytelling"
Author: Erika Lee
Author: Saengmany Ratsabout
Author: Bryan Pekel
Abstract: This institute provides professional development opportunities for K-16 educators across Minnesota and has two goals. First, participants will learn about Minnesota's migration history in the context of major global migrations. Second, educators will develop the technical skills necessary to create a digital story and to instruct their students in digital storytelling. Beyond these, the Institute strives to give educators the skills necessary for them to help their students tell stories of migration and to achieve global competencies as defined by the US Department of Education.
Date Range: 06/13/2016 - 06/16/2016
Location: University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Primary URL: http://http://igs.cla.umn.edu/outreach/profdev.html
Primary URL Description: University of Minnesota's Institute for Global Studies Professional Development Programs website that lists all institutes offered from affiliated departments and center.

"Migration and Digital Storytelling Toolkit" (Course or Curricular Materials)
Title: "Migration and Digital Storytelling Toolkit"
Author: Saengmany Ratsabout
Author: Erika Lee
Author: Elizabeth Venditto
Author: Bryan Pekel
Abstract: This toolkit was produced for the four-day summer institute for instructors by the same name with particular emphasis on how to create and produce an Immigrant Story. Within the toolkit, educators will find the information they need to produce their own Immigrant Story, as well as to teach students how to create their own. Sections of the toolkit include: how to write a script for an Immigrant Story; the importance of photos, video, and music to the final product; how to find media with a Creative Commons license; the importance of story-boarding; recording and editing audio using Audacity; importing audio and other media into iMovie; post production tips and tricks; and how to submit Immigrant Stories to the IHRC.
Year: 2016
Audience: Other

Karen Stories (Students at Washington Technology Magnet High School) (Database/Archive/Digital Edition)
Title: Karen Stories (Students at Washington Technology Magnet High School)
Author: Saengmany Ratsabout
Abstract: A collection of 11 Karen refugee immigrant digital stories. These short digital stories were written and produced by Karen students at Washington Technology Magnet School based on their experiences living in or leaving their countries of birth and living in Saint Paul, Minnesota.
Year: 2016
Primary URL: http://https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQ9-Tzr7Neq2CBqTdyCVeaS04fM6bSE4K
Primary URL Description: The Immigration History Research Center has created a playlist on it's Youtube Chanel for these digital stories. These stories will also be archived at the Minnesota Digital Library and the Digital Public Library of America.
Access Model: Open access


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