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2018 Luncheon honoring Patty Newman

2018 Luncheon honoring Patty Newman It's All About The Kids! Philanthropic leader Patty Newman to be honored at the 3rd Annual “It’s All About the Kids” Luncheon for DIGICOM Learning. Palm Springs,CA. – DIGICOM Learning is proud to announce Patty Newman as the honoree...

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The 2017 DIGICOM Film Symposium

2017 DIGICOM Film Symposium High School's from around the Coachella Valley!   DIGICOM Learning Announces Second Annual High School Narrative Filmmaking Symposium in partnership with Film Independent’s Project Involve Program Wednesday, March 7th, 9am - 2pm Location:...

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Letter from UCI

February 26, 2018 Board of Education Palm Springs Unified School District 980 E. Tahquitz Canyon Way Palm Springs, CA 92262 Dear President Williamson and Members of the Board:I understand that the Board of Education will be discussing the district’s Digital...

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Upcoming Events


07apr11:30 am1:00 pmDIGICOM's Annual "It's All About The Kids" LuncheonHonoring Patty Newman


17may6:30 pm8:30 pmDIGICOM 2018 Film Festival - "Rise and Shine"Click here for Submission Information

Our Digital Video Stories




Student Voices in the classroom!


DIGICOM works in English Class, reinventing the book report, engaging students through creative writing, and inspiring storytelling.

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DIGICOM works in History Class, inspiring students to go beyond the book. Students research on their own and show a geater level of information retention.

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DIGICOM works in Science Class, teaching students about genetics, the earth, and even chemistry by tasking students to create relatable stories.

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DIGICOM even works in Math Class, where students use numbers, shapes, and equations in their digital stories.

This should be as easy as 1 + 1.

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DIGICOM Film Festival 2018








Join us on May 17, 2018 at the Richards Center for the Arts, located at Palm Springs High School. The event will showcase student and teacher videos created through the school year.

Did I mention, It’s FREE!

Festival Submissions are OPEN!

Student Voices about their lives!


 Antony Trujillo, student at Desert Hot Springs High School, created this video to share his personal story of regret resulting from the last words he shared with his father.

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I Am Beautiful

Shaina, a student at James Workman Middle School, reflects on her struggles with self image and self-acceptance.

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Nayef shares the compelling story of his visit to see the rest of his family in Syria.

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The World is My Portrait

Madison Eves shares the story of her passion of art and how she gets her inspiration through the world around her.

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When I learned about Digicom and I was excited to be able to show who I was as a person and how I felt about life and in a beautiful way I brought my thoughts and feelings to life. Without Digicom, I would not have been able to be the voice for my little sister and I would not have the experience of creating films.

Lexis Jones

Graduate, Desert Hot Springs High School

Student voices are powerful. They are voices of the future. They’re voices for change. Voices of hope and perspective. Each one is vibrant and unique, and 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.

Jessica Pack

California Teacher of the Year, James Workman Middle School

Student Voices in the world!

Black Voices Rising

Black voices rising is a DIGICOM created community program with the mission of having the black community bring their stories to life.

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English Spanish Program

Students use digital storytelling as a tool to help educate the spanish community of the programs and services that are availible to them as parents.

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After School Clubs

DIGICOM After School clubs is a middle school program that allows students a “beyond the classroom” look into digital storytelling.

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 Students involved with DIGICOM team up with art students to collaberate on creating and learning about the arts from industry profressionals.

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More Student Stories


Watch the 2017 Film Festival

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Student DIGICOM videos

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  • Bill Of Rights On Your Side
  • There's a spider on my arm!!!
  • Step Into My World
  • We Want To Be Free
  • Anxious For Graduation
  • Morgan
  • Forbidden
  • The PSUSD Family Engagement Program
  • I Am A Filmmaker
  • The World Is My Portrait
  • Family
  • Musical Theatre University
  • Pick It Up
  • Love Is The Purpose
  • Next Generation Transportation
  • The Life Of A Hummingbird