Dec 28, 2008

Link to Resource Update: Adolesecent Literacy, Digital Storytelling, and More

I posted updated resources and links on the TechPsych blog. Take a look!

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

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Here are some of the highlights:

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Users grab and embed Heekya story widget across social networks (Facebook, MySpace, et. al) blogs (wordpress, blogger, twitter) personal websites and via e-mail and instant message.
Ability to re-mix and mashup other stories, retelling them from a consumers own vantage point, that will keep user engagement levels high and attract more traffic virally, as people share and re-share stories.

Storytelling is at the core of human existence. We're building Heekya to unlock powerful stories of people all over the world and empower them to share their story with anyone, anywhere, anytime.

Lynn Marentette said...

David,

Thank you so much for sharing information about Heekya! I will visit the site and post about it soon.