Cross-posted to the Storychasers blog.

Storychasers is hosting a two day digital storytelling workshop June 23-24, 2011, in Stillwater, Oklahoma, on the campus of Oklahoma State University. Register to join us, and please forward this information to others you know who may be interested! A 1 page PDF marketing flyer about the workshop is available.

Why attend our 2 day workshop?

  • Digitally preserve history
  • Create and share a video
  • Develop digital literacy skills
  • Use MEDIA to meet curriculum standards
  • Join a community of innovative educators
  • Get cool technology gadgets!

Oklahoma Teachers: Become a Storychaser this Summer!

Workshop cost is $499 or $249 per person, depending on whether you want to KEEP ‘digital backpack’ equipment after the workshop. Submit the Storychasers Workshop Registration Inquiry and Storychasers will send you the official workshop registration link. Call or email Storychasers if you’d like more information.

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