DIGICOM Symposium Digs Deep Into Documentaries PALM SPRINGS, CA — On Feb. 27, about 450 area high school students from across the valley viewed short documentaries and discussed the films with their directors during a daylong symposium hosted by DIGICOM Learning....read more
It’s that time again! The 2019 DIGICOM Film Festival will be held this year at the Richards Center for the Arts at Palm Spring High School on Friday, May 17. This year’s theme is People, Places, Things. The free film festival will be from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. and...read more
DIGICOM Learning hosted a cocktail party in the Old Las Palmas neighborhood of Palm Springs on Tuesday, Jan. 22, to recognize donors and to build additional support for its digital storytelling programs. About 100 people attended the invitation-only event to learn more about DIGICOM, including its continued growth across the valley and its recent partnership with College of the Desert to create a digital media school at the college’s new west campus, currently in the planning stages.read more
When I learned about DIGICOM, I was excited for the opportunity to show who I was as a person and how I felt about life. In a beautiful way, digital storytelling brought my thoughts and feelings to life. Without DIGICOM, I would not have been able to be a voice for my little sister and I would not have had the experience of creating films.
Student voices are powerful. They are voices of the future. They are voices for change, voices of hope and perspective. Each one is vibrant and unique. To bring out those voices, teachers in PSUSD receieved training from DIGICOM that enables them to engineer compelling learning experiences that are rich in opportunities for choice. When the whole world is paying attention to their Youtube channels, students work harder. They ask more questions. They invest more time.