UPDATE 2: Final draft is now online and available for viewing on Google Docs. For earlier drafts, read below.
View Final Draft On Google Docs
UPDATE: The second rough draft is now online, available for viewing on Google Docs. For the original posting and first rough draft, read below the dashed line.
View Second Rough Draft on Google Docs
A early version of the story script for the White Alice Digital Story – reading through with appropriate inflection takes about 4.2 minutes, so it clearly needs trimming.
View Rough Draft on Google Docs
Below is the initial story map for a project on the History of the White Alice Communication Towers in Bethel, Alaska. The project consists of a short video, which is this case is a brief history of the towers that dominated Bethel’s meager skyline for over half a century. The video has room to grow into a larger project after the completion of my ED-632 “Internet in Education” course at UAS, for which it is an assignment.
The story map is a graphic organizer depicting the flow of a projected story. It is meant to help plan the story out prior to writing the actual content – i.e., a story map is a map to help guide the first rough draft.
Stories typically follow a rise, climax, and fall – I have chosen to represent this patter through the shape of a White Alice communication tower, which have a conveniently similar form.
Story Map for a video project on the History of the White Alice Communication Towers in Bethel.
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This assignment (The ‘Anthrotech’ Assessment of School Technology) was to complete a form-based assessment of the technology services at BRHS. This is mainly of interest to my peers and those looking to compare/contrast tech services between schools.
The completed assessment for can be viewed via Google Docs or as a PDF file.