Education: Fernando Baptista, SKOPE and Digital Edge Winners - MB162

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Narrative skills, data storytelling, and a look into the future. See:

  • National Geographic’s Fernando Baptista interviewed by professor Michael Stoll. A visual data storyteller for National Geographic magazine, Fernando’s work comprises computer designs mixed with 3D clay models. He is interviewed by college professor and colleague, Michael Stoll — also a specialist in visual storytelling.
  • SKOPE — the Skills, Knowledge, and Performance team at Oxford University talks with Adobe's Mark Andrews about their recent research into narrative skills and why they’ve become so important to business leaders when they’re looking for future hires.
  • Adobe Digital Edge winners Eugenie Cartron, Tom Ushako, and Sarunporn Dejsuvan. Selected from over 600 student entries from 83 UK universities, these award-winning creatives talk to Max Fosh about their projects and give advice to students who also might have their eyes on the prize.

Technical Level: General Audience

Session Type: Mainstage Broadcast

Track: Education

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