Last week I had an opportunity to share some of the background behind our Storychasers nonprofit as well as the Celebrate Kansas Voices oral history project with attendees at the 2011 MACE Conference in Manhattan. Lori Hollar Swim was in the audience, and after the conference used video she recorded with her mobile phone as well as various images to create a multimedia poster with Glogster summarizing some of her learning from the keynote. Great work, Lori– way to talk with media! Part of the presentation Lori captured with video included my 10 year old daughter, Sarah, sharing about her cooking show, webshow (“The Zebra Print“) and about using VoiceThread.
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