Celebrate Kansas Voices

A learning community empowering digital witnesses of Kansas oral history

Mike King
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  • Dodge City, KS
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Hometown: (where you grew up)
Lawton Oklahoma
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Dodge City
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USD 443
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I am a current member of the Santa Fe Trail Chapter and will be producing digital stories about the trail starting in August or September of 2011. I would also like to publish these stories on the Celebrate Kansas Voices Project.
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Learn how you can join the ePub generation by creating a text featured multimedia integrated mobile learning environment. In this presentation by Mike King, participants will learn different technology integration tools, like Google Docs, dropbox, and Calibre to convert and store interactive curriculum materials for student learning. These new converted resources can be easily distributed over a network through scanning QR codes on mobile learning devices such as iPod, iPads, cell phones and…


Posted on September 15, 2011 at 11:33pm

Avatars in Digital Storytelling

Avatars can be used by classroom teachers when designing digital stories or delivering content. Avatars can represent a tour guide explaining travels along the Silk Road, or represent real life characters like Mark Twain giving a lecture on his home or Einstein introducing the solar system. Most avatars are known as “bots” and are powered by Natural Language Processing. Some avatars like Crazy Talk allows users to record natural voiceovers along with secondary sound recording like music.…


Posted on August 1, 2011 at 9:30pm

What is Fair Use

Fair use provides educators with information about fair use and face-to-face exception, as well as helpful guidelines to remember fair use rules and regulations. The school recognizes that only copyrighted materials that qualify under the Fair Use Doctrine can be used. This rule grants permission to use copyrighted materials for commenting, criticizing, teaching, news reporting or participating in other activities in the area of education/scholarship. Additionally, the Fair Use Doctrine…


Posted on August 1, 2011 at 7:03am

Old West Tales from Kansas to Oklahoma

One way to create audio digital stories is to use free storage from Box.net.This works similar to uploading files to a Podcast and will work as an audio player. Digital Storyteller who want to create podcast of their story creations can now take advantage of an the Box.net online storage that allows for audio files to be displayed in a virtual box and access them from anywhere, even from your mobile device.  The Individual free plan with 10…


Posted on July 30, 2011 at 2:55pm

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At 3:22am on October 4, 2011, Bob-RJ Burkhart said…
Please preview SFTA-2011 thinkLet (actionable distilled insights) @ http://bit.ly/ng9DTZ :: 

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