I recorded some quick video interviews with Andy Boatman (@aboatman) and Vanessa Perez (@vperezy) today at the end of our annual Oklahoma Technology Association / EncycloMedia Conference in Oklahoma City, reflecting on takeaways from the event. I shared a few post-conference reflections too.  The video is 6.5 minutes long.

I recorded this on my iPhone 5S and combined/uploaded the videos with the free YouTube Capture app for iOS. YouTube Capture is one of the primary apps I help teachers learn to use on Day 2 of iPad Media Camp, which focuses on creating “Quick Edit Videos.” OTA / EncycloMedia was a great conference this year! Thanks to all the organizers, sponsors and presenters who made it a success!

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One Response to OTA – EncycloMedia 2014 Participant Reflections

  1. Courtney Hall says:

    Wow! I am new to using an Ipad and this video really gave me hope about learning how to use it. I had no idea they had conferences such as this, and hopefully I will be able to attend one someday!

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