Win a Digital Audio Recorder in October 2011

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Win a Digital Audio Recorder in October 2011

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By sharing at least ONE example of a student media project in October 2011, you could win an RCA VR5320 1GB Digital Voice Recorder! This recorder is wonderful to use for student digital storytelling projects, including oral history interviews. The recorder is USB-ready with it’s own USB plug. No cords or adapters are required. The recorder is battery operated.

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To enter the drawing, use the CONTRIBUTE form on the website share.playingwithmedia.com to submit a link to the student media project you’d like to share. Be sure to obtain permission from both the student(s) and parent(s) to comply with the website posting policy.

Congratulations to Brad Wilson, who shared the student media example, “4th Graders Interview State Rep During Field Trip” on the Playing with Media SHARING site in September and won an iRig Microphone in the September drawing.

Visit share.playingwithmedia.com to view more examples of student media projects. Also be sure to read “Playing with Media: simple ideas for powerful sharing” by Wesley Fryer. It’s available in several eBook formats (including an enhanced/multimedia version for iPad) as well as in paperback.


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tonic67

October 31, 2011 at 1:42 pm

Here is Steve in Country Mouse City Mouse in Dutchess Community College Media Project. Enjoy. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yx2_7Tq9RIMreannenny at aol.com

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