Thursday at the Oklahoma Multimedia Teachers workshop in Norman, I asked our participants to discuss and share stories they wish they had recorded or could record. Most of these were family stories, and many were about relatives who had lived amazing and interesting lives. I recorded these using the iPadio application on my iPhone, to demonstrate the ease with which iPadio can be used (for free on ANY phone) to share audio online. Hopefully we’ll get many of theses teachers involved as Storychasers in our Celebrate Oklahoma Voices oral history project soon! Enjoy.
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- Podcast417: Mobile Digital Ethnography, Place-Based Learning and Inquiry - 2014
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- Create a free online survey with Google Forms - 2010
- Notes from the RTNDF Multimedia Workshop (Oklahoma) - 2009
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- Central Asia, Oil, Geo-Politics and Smart Playlists - 2008
- Podcast269: Background and Formative Ideas for the Storychasers Project - 2008
- Report from EduComm 2007 - 2007
- Sightspeed VOIP - 2006
- Podcast76: An Interview with Mr. and Mrs. Moodle - 2006