Why YOU Should Become a Storychaser

Why should you become a Storychaser? Here’s a short (1 minute, 40 second) “whiteboard animation” video which answers that question! Learn more about iPad Digital Storytelling workshops offered by Storychasers! Register to attend an upcoming workshop in the Oklahoma City area, or contact us to arrange for a workshop to be shared with teachers in […]

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10 FREE Tickets for iPad Quick Edit Videography Workshop Oct 23

Storychasers is pleased to offer TEN FREE TICKETS to next week’s workshop at Canadian Valley Technology Center, “iPad Quick Edit Videography.” The first ten people to register with EventBrite using the following “promotional code” will register for free: oct17free If participants want to receive the digital backback of equipment (a $250 value) explained in our […]


Location for June 19-20 Workshop Changed to MetroTech

Because of the El Reno tornado, we postponed our June 5-6 “Celebrate Oklahoma Voices” workshop and are rescheduling it for later this summer. We also have changed the location for our upcoming June 19-20 workshop to the Metro Tech Conference Center in Oklahoma City. That workshop is now a BYOL (bring your own laptop) workshop, […]


Recommended Smartphone Apps & Digital Recorders for Storychasing Oral History

Today I’m sharing a presentation at TEDxOU about empowering others as “digital witnesses” to record and preserve oral histories of our families and others in our communities. In my presentation, I briefly discuss apps and digital audio recorders I recommend for storychasers. These iOS apps are linked on the Appolicious list I created recently, “Best […]


Community Voices Audio Project Tutorial

This semester Storychasers has started a “lessons” section of our project wiki and shared “Community Voices” interview project ideas. Using MentorMob, we’ve created a seven part video tutorial highlighting steps students can follow to successfully plan, record, write about and share an audio interview with a family or community member. Create your own Playlist on […]


Congrats Sabrina Johnson: Winner of a new iPad3 & iRig Microphone from Storychasers!

Back in March Storychasers announced a contest open to anyone who has participated in a Celebrate Oklahoma Voices, Celebrate Kansas Voices, or Celebrate Texas Voices digital storytelling workshop in the past. To be eligible for the drawing for a new iPad3 and iRig microphone, Storychaser workshop participants were asked to share the link to a […]


Mattie Mae Huff: Tillman County Treasure

In May of 2010 teachers at our school had the Storychasers training in our library. I was given the task of interviewing a local resident and I was blessed to be introduced to Mattie Mae Huff. Mattie Mae was 94 at the time of the interview and we spoke for 3 hours at our first […]


Digital Storytelling for First Nations, Tribes, Communities and Families

Resources and links for today’s full day workshop, “Digital Storytelling for First Nations, Tribes, Communities and Families,” are available on wiki.wesfryer.com/Home/handouts/ds. This workshop is being presented at the 2012 International Conference of Indigenous Archives, Libraries and Museums in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The workshop description is: Digital storytelling in museums, libraries, galleries, and other public spaces can […]