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Anatomy of the Alaska Dena’ina ełnun t’ugh

I started learning Storyline 2 this week. This is my first project!

I used the Lynda.com tutorials, which were great for the basics. It really helps me that they have exercise files available.

This is prototype I worked up for the eLearning Heroes Challenge of the week for Creating Labeled Graphic Interactions.

I am already working on a few projects with an Anthropology professor, Dr. Alan Boraas here at my college, involving Alaska Dena’ina language and some local anthropological sites here in the Kenai region. I have access to a lot of media that could enhance this project, including audio, video and language translations, but for now just wanted to get my feet wet in Storyline 2 and publishing to WordPress while the challenge was active.

The Dena’ina ełnun t’ugh is an undergroud cold storage pit that was used to store salmon in southern regions of Alaska around 1000 A.D.

I hope to get some good feedback to enhance this project.

Anatomy of the Dena’ina ełnun t’ugh (“fish pit”), circa 1000 A.D.

Launch Presentation

Original prototype/draft screenshot:

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