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Youth App Camp Builds Chukchansi App

By: Darrick Glen Baxter Yes, this app was created by youth ages 12-16 years old. Building Apps for iPhone and Android sounds like it would be extremely challenging and difficult, especially for high school students, but that’s exactly what Ogoki Learning Systems Inc had done with a group of Youth during a 5 day App Tech Camp. […]

Mi’kmaq Language Apps tells wonderful stories

The very first Mi’kmaq language app is now available for schools, parents and students alike. This wonderfully illustrated storybook tells about a fox who tricks a bird into giving him a piece of bread. Originally published by the Centre of Excellence Prepared for digital publication by Mi’kmaw Kina’matnewey and First Nation Help Desk. Wowkwis aq Ka’qaquj is […]

Chukchansi App making waves in California

A great language learning camp is making waves by creating the next generation of iPhone and Android apps. Here is a amazing interview from the Fresno Bee newspaper reporter Sharon Martin and videographer Eric Paul Zamora.     Watch the full video on youtube  

Chukchansi Apps

A one week technology and game development camp in Fresno, California helped youth build confidence in technology while learning new skills. The group of 10-15 youth had the opportunity to create amazing apps and have fun with technology. We created storybook apps including the Rock to be Jumped app.  The app is available for Android and iPhone […]

Youth Create Apps in Tech Camp

The Chukchansi story of How the Coyote got his Eyes is now available on iTunes and Android devices.  The app was created by the Chukchansi youth as part of their Tech Camp. During the 5 day technology camp and previous weeks art camp the – the Chukchansi Tribes youth began working on Apps that told […]