Digital storytelling from Aotearoa

Left to right: Dr. Lisa Williams, Dr. Tess Moeke-Maxwell, Dr. Shuchi Kothari, Dr. Sarina Pearson.

In 2015 we piloted the first workshop focused on digital storytelling from Aotearoa-New Zealand. This was an Auckland workshop concentrating on Māori experiences of palliative care. It was run with colleagues from The School of Nursing at the University of Auckland. 

Based on the success of that pilot, we conducted further workshops – Tāpinga ‘a Maama with Dr. Ofa Dewes, and Pae Herenga in Kerikeri, Hastings and Kapiti with Dr. Tess Moeke-Maxwell.

Tāpinga ‘a Maama was part of the Ageing Well National Science Challenge funded by the New Zealand government’s Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment. Pae Herenga was funded by New Zealand’s Health Research Council.

You can see digital storytelling from Aotearoa-New Zealand by clicking below.