Mobile Digital Storytelling

Mobile Learning

Kamehameha Elementary School – Kapālama teacherswill share how they create e-books and projects utilizing mobile devices such as iPhones, iPods, iPads, and Nooks.  Using free or nearly free resources you will explore how to create digital stories that can be customized to the curriculum, be culturally relevant, and even personalized.   Bring your own device or use one of ours and try it out!


Nālani Naluai
Kamehameha Schools Kapālama
Nālani Naluai is the Elementary School Library Media Specialist at the Kapalama campus.  She integrates information literacy with technology to promote reading for learning and pleasure using culturally connected resources to help students embrace their identity as a Hawaiian while endeavoring to make meaningful connections in their community and the world.

Noe Donahue
Kamehameha Schools Kapālama
Noe is a sixth grade social studies teacher at who has been with Kamehameha Elementary School Kapālama Campus for eight years. Join Noe as she shares how she migrated her students from conventional methods of capturing information and creating books (scrap book style) to a completely digital format using mobile and other technology tools.