The 1964 Earthquake

http://www.thinglink.com/scene/649066951334690818 The link to our project. Bibliography     Cohen, Stan. 8.6: The Great Alaska Earthquake, March 27, 1964. Missoula, MT:             Pictorial Histories Pub., 1995. Print.   Damage in Anchorage, Alaska. Digital image. Official Top List. Web.     Damage in Kodiak, Alaska. Digital image.Http://vilda.alaska.edu/utils/ajaxhelper/?CISOROOT=cdmg11&CIS OPTR=7403&action=2&DMSCALE=80&DMWIDTH=512&DMHEIGHT=474&DMX=0&DMY=0&DMTEXT=&DMROTATE=0. Web.     “Earthquake Aftermath at Chenega.” YouTube. YouTube, 24 Oct.…

Bystander Standing In

Click the link to go to the latest interactive Green Dot story “Bystander Standing In” by Aimee Bushnell, Cynthia Jones, and Keisha David. >> Bystander Standing In   Included is a bibliography to help watchers find more information about Green Dot and abuse. The sources are hyperlinked to take you directly to the source Green Dot Alaska…

Education in Alaska

Tell me your story: Budget cuts have been effecting alaska’s education system on all levels, reaching from administrators to teachers to students. Our goal is tell the story of how those budget cuts have affected the school system in Fairbanks as a whole. It seems to be common knowledge that the budget cuts have negatively…

What’s Your Green Dot?

WHAT’S YOUR GREEN DOT?   Idea To create a fictional story to help Fairbanks reconsider the type of community and environment that they want to live and raise children in. To help create the first idea that violence is not tolerated at all. And to spark the idea that we as bystanders have the power…

Zombie Fairbanks

Our Story: A collaboration of short stories that tell tales of events that took place on campus after the zombie apocalypse. Fairbanks is mainly deserted. People who are looking for supplies and people who are looking for help are the main inhabitants (as well as zombies) Form: Interactive map on Thinglink- click on a building and…

Project Plan : Connecting Alaska

Our Story: Our is story is non-fiction, and includes the 1964 earthquake in Homer, Alaska. We will be concentrating on the earthquake itself and how it affected the rest of Alaska, specifically the South Central cities of Alaska. We will also be talking about how different states in Alaska helped the areas affected in their time…

What’s Your Green Dot?

IDEA- To create a fictional story to help Fairbanks reconsider the type of community and environment that they want to live and raise children in. To help create the first idea that violence is not tolerated at all. And to spark the idea that we as bystanders have the power to help and change our…

Proposal

I propose we build a simple graphic-based website/image set that visually represents the data from the Stone Soup organization. Pictures tell a thousand words and showing the food that is given to the community instead of telling about it from a binder or file or whatever is much more effective. I propose illustrating the average…