Our 47 minute videoconference on December 6, 2007, from Ford Island in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, is available in three different segments from OETA and NewsOK.com. This was a fantastic interactive videoconference, and was followed by an additional 45 minute question and answer videoconference with Oklahoma students. Dick Pryor of OETA hosted and facilitated conversations with those involved with the USS Oklahoma memorial dedication, as well as two veteran survivors of the USS Oklahoma attack on December 7, 1941. Here are the direct links as well as embedded videos of this videoconference.
This videoconference was shared as a webcast online, allowing more learners from Oklahoma as well as other locations to view these discussions “live.” More information about these videoconferences is available on the Oklahoma World War II Stories Project wiki.
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