Tag: Digital Natives

Teaching Naked: a Review

Teaching Naked: a Review

Disclaimer: If you found this blog post by Googling, you may or may not be in the right place since the title of this blog post, and the book being reviewed, may seem somewhat… “controversial”…   However, I assure you that the only thing that you might find that is even remotely controversial, but certainly not […]

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Tools we use – Screen Captures

Tools we use – Screen Captures

Have you ever found yourself writing an email (or a blog post!) and wished you could just show what you mean instead of having to try to describe it? We often find that being able to quickly capture what’s happening on a computer screen is invaluable for saving time and communicating more clearly. There are […]

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Planning a Successful Multimedia Project (In 6 Easy Steps!)

Filed in How-to, Multimedia by on March 9, 2010 0 Comments
Planning a Successful Multimedia Project (In 6 Easy Steps!)

Have you ever considered working on a multimedia project, but didn’t know where to get started? Or how to know when to finish? Here’s some tips for how to go about planning an effective project.

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What does it mean to be human in a 21st-century digital world?

PBS Frontline explores this topic in Digital Nation: Life on the Virtual Frontier by award-winning producer Rachel Dretzin. Read this post to learn more, including where to watch online!

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