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Contents contributed and discussions participated by John Larkin

John Larkin

Clipart ETC Homepage - 24 views

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    Clipart ETC is a free collection of over 58,000 pieces of educational clipart for teachers and students, ranging in subjects such as history, math, science, and more.
John Larkin

Pics 4 Learning - 33 views

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    Thousands of copyright free and copyright friendly images and photos for teachers and students.
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Clip Art Collection for FL instruction - 12 views

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    This page contains a growing collection of clip art (simple line-drawings) to be used by foreign language instructors. Drawings are designed to be culturally and linguistically neutral as much as possible.
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UVic's Language Teaching Clipart Library - 13 views

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    This library consists of about 3000 images which UVIC hope will be useful in the teaching of basic vocabulary in a variety of languages. The characters and objects depicted are as culturally neutral as UVIC could make them.
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The Best Online Sources For Images | Larry Ferlazzo's Websites of the Day... - 22 views

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    Larry's excellent set of links for copyright and royalty free clip art and photographs.
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Comics in the classroom - 19 views

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    A recent explosion of academic interest in comic books and graphic novels has stirred the creation of comics curricula nationwide. Several colleges and universities are now offering courses in comics literature, and high school teachers are exploring graphic novels as a new way to stimulate young readers' interest in literature.
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50 Useful Blogging Tools for Teachers - 7 views

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    A good list of web based tools for teachers and students. It is a useful list. There are categories and an annotated description of each tool.
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web2storytelling - Share - 1 views

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    Share your digital storytelling examples and ideas here.
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Center for Digital Storytelling - 3 views

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    The Center for Digital Storytelling is an international not-for-profit community arts organization rooted in the craft of personal storytelling. We assist youth and adults around the world in using media tools to share, record, and value stories from their lives, in ways that promote artistic expression, health and well being, and justice.
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Digital Storytelling Toolkit by the Llano Grande Center - 1 views

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    This toolkit is well worth investigating. It is rich with digital storytelling resources and examples.
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Instructify » Blog Archive » Pixton: Digital Storytelling, Comics-style - 0 views

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    The team at Instructify present some ideas regarding the use of web based comic creation tools in teaching and learning.
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Media Lab creates Center for Future Storytelling - MIT News Office - 0 views

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    The MIT Media Lab and Plymouth Rock Studios will collaborate to revolutionize how we tell our stories, from major motion pictures to peer-to-peer multimedia sharing. By applying leading-edge technologies to make stories more interactive, improvisational and social, researchers will seek to transform audiences into active participants in the storytelling process, bridging the real and virtual worlds, and allowing everyone to make their own unique stories with user-generated content on the Web.
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The Art Of Storytelling » Home - 0 views

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    The Art of Storytelling website was created by The Delaware Art Museum to allow online visitors to engage with our collections in a unique and creative way. Beyond experiencing our rich variety of art works in the traditional museum setting, this online project - the Art of Storytelling - allows visitors to create their own pictures and stories inspired by works in the museum.
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cogdoghouse » TwitterCycle - 0 views

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    ALan Levine set up this excellent wiki which lists educators that use Twitter. There is also a brief history of their usage of teh tool.
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Bill Kerr: cotton wool culture - 0 views

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    Society is too protective of children. Bill writes on the cotton wool culture.
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