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Presentation to the ANZEA 2012 conference at the University of Waikato, Hamilton, Aotearoa, on Monday 9th of July.

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  • ANZEA conference presentation

    1. 1. Telling the story of refugees throughParticipatory Action Research
    2. 2. Telling the story of Māori networks in the public service Telling the story of change in public serviceFirst Māori staff hui at Maraeroa Marae, Waitangirua, 1988
    3. 3. Web 2.0 tools give us the opportunity to connect,communicate and collaborate easily withothers around the world.
    4. 4. “[Web 2.0 is] a social medium which creates andfacilitates interactions between people, in a waythat the web was supposed to be in the earlydays.” (AK)
    5. 5. The Storytelling Animal
    6. 6. The Big Idea
    7. 7. Link to other reports etc EvaluationReport
    8. 8. Oral and written comments can be made
    9. 9. Focus on the outcomes in this section
    10. 10. is hat W y m a? ide b ig Wh ere I am am try emo ing h er ve ve to W I o m ? fro them to oo m? ng m t yi e tr th
    11. 11. From this? To this?
    12. 12. • You are working with Archives NZ• Have project to get more community groups to consider organising and archiving their taonga (documents, photos, images, books etc)• Piloting with larger groups with web access and good knowledge of these tools• Suggestions for Web 2.0 tools to be included in evaluation plan• These tools might help with the next stage of the project
    13. 13. For more information: email Rosalind.dibley@dia.govt.nzInformation from slide will be available from:
    14. 14. Some references:• Slide 1 – image: grandpa‑ telling‑ stories‑norval‑ morrisseau.JPG from• Slide 2 – image from report and presenter’s photograph• Slide 3 – images from the Centre for Digital Storytelling:, Wordle comes from• Slide 4 – Image from the Department of Internal Affairs photo library• Slide 5 – image from p.7 of How to Guide: Digital Storytelling Tools for Educators by Silvia Tolisano:• Slide 6 –Slide 9 from Caroline Cerveny, accessible from:• Slide 8 – image from Quote from the following report:• Slide 9 – image from blog:• Slide 10 -• Slides 11/12 – came from a presentation from Nancy Duarte, accessed through: reinvention.html• Slide 13 – image from• Slide 14 – image: einsteinradicaltrustdarlenefitcher.jpg from• Slide 15 – image:• Slide 16 – image adapted from p.19 of Participatory Documentary Cookbook by Jenny Wright• Slide 17 - images from report: stories&catid=4#• Slide 18 – image from report:• Slide 19 – images from• Slide 20 - Slide 15 from Caroline Cerveny, accessible from:• Slide 21 – image from web page:• Slide 22 – image from web page:• Slide 23 –• Slide 24 - from the Department of Internal Affairs Statement of Intent: framework.html
    15. 15. To access web information I referred to, follow the links below:• Slide 5 – How to Guide: Digital Storytelling Tools for Educators by Silvia Tolisano:• Slide 10 – the storytelling animal preview:• Slide 16 – Participatory Documentary Cookbook by Jenny Wright:• Slide 17 – Families First evaluation story:• Slide 19 - Tech Soup story:• Slide 22 – Sound cloud audio: -council-libraries-debate• Slide 23 – New York Public Library on voice thread:• Slide 24 – my story: