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The Workshop Film

October 12, 2011 by


It’s finally online! The film ‘Sugar and Spice’ that we made as part of the process documentation for the ‘Digital Stories in Sugar’ workshop held in April this year has now been uploaded on YouTube. The workshop was held at Our Lady of Merces High School in Merces, Goa over ten days between 1st and […]

Merces – Celebrating the pilot project

July 25, 2011 by


The pilot run of the Sugar-OLPC (One Laptop Per Child) project at Our Lady of Merces High School in Goa completed a year this month (July 2011), and we decided to celebrate this by having all the people involved in the project get together informally to share their thoughts and experiences about the project. Also, […]

Digital Stories Vol.3

July 16, 2011 by


This is last volume of Digital Stories from the ‘Digital Stories in Sugar’ workshop held at Our Lady of Merces High School in Merces, Goa in April 2011. The stories in all the volumes (see previous posts) have not been presented in a chronological order of when they were recorded; in fact a couple of […]

Digital Stories Vol.2

July 13, 2011 by


While designing the ‘Digital Stories in Sugar’ workshop, one of the changes that we decided to make from our earlier workshops (which were with much older children) was to do away with the ‘Scripting’ session. In those workshops, the participants would learn about how to script their stories and then work at home to bring […]

Digital Stories in Sugar Vol.1

July 10, 2011 by


This post, and the ones that will follow, will bring out the stories that the 3rd and 4th grade children of Our Lady of Merces High School (Merces, Goa) recorded during the course of the ‘Digital Stories in Sugar’ workshop that we conducted at the school in April 2011. Though we have previously held Digital […]

Digital Storytelling with Sugar on XOs

April 13, 2011 by


Today we concluded the 10 day ‘Digital Storytelling in Sugar’ workshop at Our Lady of Merces High School, Merces, Goa. We had 25 children (12 boys, 13 girls) of grades 3 and 4 who registered for this workshop. It was hugely successful and the growing involvement of the children over the 10 days and the […]