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Impressions about the Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) ‘The Future of Storytelling’

From October to December, 2013 I participated in the MOOC Course ‘ The Future of Storytelling ’ facilitated by Iversity. Iversity is linked to the University of Applied Sciences in Potsdam, Germany. MOOC means a Massive Open Online Course aimed at unlimited participation and open access via the web.  The ‘ Future of Storytelling ’ helped me to get a better insight on: How fictional stories work;       How new technologies influence the ways stories are told and perceived; How technologies engage and audience fast and continuously;       How I can develop and implement my own story ideas or how I can facilitate storytelling. Content of the course The format of the course was very practical.   Every week, I got the opportunity to watch video lectures about storytelling basics,   storytelling on tv, the web and role play games.   Later on I got acquainted with new modern techniques of storytelling such as transmedia storytelling and augmented reality and location-base