Storytelling During a Pandemic

October 25, 2020, 12:00 pm

1:00 pm

How has storytelling helped our understanding of the COVID-19 pandemic? This session examines some of the different mediums used in storytelling, and how they have served to educate on the science of COVID-19, encourage preventative practices, and give a snapshot of the daily lives of individuals in this point in history. We will discuss and breakdown recent examples, and end with a mini-exercise on creating a four-panel comic (please bring a pen and paper).


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The UCSF Library is one of the preeminent health sciences libraries in the world, containing an expansive collection of the world’s health sciences knowledge base. At its core, the Library facilitates connection to information and people by delivering a diverse range of human-centred services to the UCSF community and public visitors and cultivates environments that advance science, promote health, and innovate in teaching and learning.