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It has been a while since I posted a set of links. Over the last couple of weeks, I have come across a number of interesting articles, and thought I would share the links.
1. Canadian Election Laws & Social Media Tools
2. Passion Based Learning, an interview with Sheryl Nassbaum-Beach
3. Collaborative Action Plans
4. Learning & Working in the Social Workplace
5. The social universe, social media & schools
6. Skype in the Classroom
7. Dropbox & Privacy
8. A creative Google geo-greeting
9. It is about verbs, not tools
Enjoy the reading.
My daughter really enjoys creating works of art. She has a wide range of interests ranging from painting to paper mache to origami to crafts of all types. She has been having a lot of fun checking out draw programs for the iPod Touch. Some favorite art apps are:
iBurn – draws with flames, has options for mirroring to create symmetric shapes
Doodle Buddy – drawing program, has a good smudging feature
Glow Coloring – drawing program with florescent colors, has a stamping feature
TrippingFest Lite – allows drawing by pattern – great for symmetry, example patterns include polar, random shapes
Meritum Paint – simple drawing paint, lines are feathered like spilt paint, can draw with 2 fingers at once
Spawn Lite – random bouncing lines that explode in fireworks shapes
Dash Of Color – loads an existing picture to a black & white version, you can add colour highlights
SketchMee Lite – takes an existing picture and coverts it to a version based on chalk or pencil lines, then you add a new color scheme
PaintMee Lite – similar to SketchMee, but uses ‘paint’ rather than lines
Adobe Photoshop – photo editing on the go
Sample Art Gallery: Pictures are names to reflect the app used to create them
Tripping Fest Lite
Dash of Color