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Slides from the fifth workshop with the children and staff at Lubuto Library at Ngwerere in Lusaka, Zambia. We ventured into making flaps in Etoys to contain pop-out information and to temporarily hold working tools during production. Then we deconstructed the Lubuto Bemba Letterboard and saw how to make a transparent sound button. Lastly, transparent sound buttons were built over individual words in a sentence and triggered with mouseEnter.
The eight days of workshops I am delivering are funded by a USAID/WorldVision grant from the All Children Reading Challenge. Representatives from the Zambian Ministry of Education participated in all the sessions. Photos here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/curiouslee/sets/72157632781888368/with/8484657613/
Lubuto talk etoys_ngwerere_22_feb_2013.ppt
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