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Webinar on documenting memories through personal stories to be held

A Primer in Storytelling: Janet Ferguson of the National Museum of Bermuda (Photograph supplied)

A free webinar on documenting memories through personal stories is on offer from the National Museum of Bermuda.

Educational expert and museum trustee Janet Ferguson will lead the presentation next Wednesday.

Dr Ferguson, a former executive director of the Bermuda College’s lifelong learning centre, is a board member at StoryCenter, a US-based organisation dedicated to storytelling and its digital preservation.

The webinar at 5.30pm explores the linking of personal stories and memories to everyday personal objects.

Dr Ferguson will use StoryCenter techniques to show how to create “a polished, written piece documenting those memories”.

It is part of the museum’s ongoing series on exploring and preserving family history, called “Tracing our Roots/Routes”.

Participants can preregister here also receive a free toolkit from the museum for exploring memories and family history.

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Published June 09, 2021 at 12:01 pm (Updated June 09, 2021 at 8:28 am)

Webinar on documenting memories through personal stories to be held

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