Resources

Walk With Us Community Visit Poster

Once communication has been established with the Chief and Council and/or educational community, the poster below is distributed in advance of a Walk With Us visit. It can be shared to a community Facebook page, and/or printed and posted in local schools, the Band office, health centre and community complex.

Walk With Us Project Participation Form

This form is distributed to students who wish to participate in Walk With Us events in schools.

WWU Project Participant Permission Form

Walk With Us Photography / Interview Release Form

The Walk With Us release form is used prior to interviews with Elders and community members.

WWU Project Photography Consent

Walk With Us Slide Decks

For more information on how Walk With Us got started, some of the research behind its implementation and a workshop about how to create your own virtual tours, take a look at the slide decks below!

Street View / Ricoh Theta / Virtual Tour Creator Toolkit: Android to Chromebook
LbD Conference 2017: M. Lavoie (Sunday, March 19)
GEO For Good User Summit 2016
Copy of Google My Maps
Walk With Us
WSU Tech-Ed Conference Presentation October 2, 2015

Virtual Tours - Tour Creator

The tours below are samples made using Google Tour Creator. Released in May 2018, it provides a simple way for students to show their learning about a place. If you are viewing on a mobile device, these tours can be viewed with a VR headset like Google Cardboard for a more immersive experience. Just pop your device into a headset and be transported to a new place! Best Buy's Insignia brand often goes on sale for $5.00 per set, which is a great price for the classroom. Google Street View + Tour Creator + Insignia Virtual Reality Viewer = Inexpensive Virtual Reality experience for any classroom!

Virtual Tour - Tour Builder

Google Tour Builder is another option to create virtual tours. It does not allow for embedding, hence the button! Click the button below to be transported to a virtual tour of Kashechewan, Taykwa Tagamou and Chapleau Cree First Nations.