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March 21 - 23, 2012
Hilton Washington
Washington, DC
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F302 Tech Tools for Writing Masterpieces: Software for Creative Writers and Graphic Novelists

Friday, March 23, 2012
11:30 AM 12:15 PM
, Library Director, Bard High School Early College Queens

This session provides a thorough overview of storytelling software that aids in drafting, note-taking, sharing, critiquing, editing and organizing outlines and multiple drafts. It looks at programs such as Macworld’s Eddy award-winning Scrivener, Microsoft Creative Writer, Storybook, and Storycraft. There’s Page Four, FinalDraft, Scripped, and Screenbuddy for screenwriters, and Manga Studio and Google Sketch Up for graphic novelists. Which software platform is best for your program? How will you design and promote tech workshops for your writers? A review of the pros and cons of each software type, teaching tips, and examples of young adult and adult use of software is offered.






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