This podcast is a recording of a presentation I shared on August 25, 2007, at the EncycloMedia 2007 conference hosted by the Oklahoma Department of Education. Listen deeply. Tell stories. Engage students. Celebrate Oklahoma’s legacy both past and present. Learn how you and your students can become oral history archivists on the global stage of the Internet with the Oklahoma Digital Centennial Project!
- Oklahoma Digital Centennial Project
- OKDC Project Flyer (4 page PDF handout shared at this session)
- Celebrate Oklahoma Ning
- Oklahoma Digital Centennial Flickr Group
- Oklahoma Heritage Association
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On this day..
- Interview with Author & Screenswriter Rene Gutteridge - 2015
- A Case Study: How NOT to Set Up a WordPress Site - 2011
- Creating a course audio lecturecast (podcast) with Podcast Generator - 2010
- Why ALL Learners Need Laptops NOW! (SlideShare Slidecast) - 2010
- What questions do you have about copyright? - 2009
- Proposed Fall Conference Sessions - 2009
- Believe in your students, colleagues, and believe in yourself - 2008
- Darfur Issues highlighted via a student-created Southpark style video - 2008
- Podcast277: A Conversation with Carol Anne McGuire - Imagineering the Ideal K-6 Classroom Learning Environment (Part 2) - 2008
- Copyright and recording full-length library books - 2008