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This is an audio recording of a presentation for teachers in Yukon Public Schools on February 15, 2013, by Wesley Fryer. The official session description was: Students and teachers today need to practice interactive digital writing. Learn how to setup, use and moderate content on a classroom blog to improve student writing skills. A moderated classroom blog can be an ideal platform to use to share announcements, classroom news, and student work for a public audience. In this session we’ll use the free blogging site KidBlog to model the digital facilitation of student writing. We’ll also explore how free blogs on Posterous.com can be used by students to not only share text, but also different kinds of rich media including images, audio and video files. (Referenced resources are available on http://maps.playingwithmedia.com/interactive-writing/)