I have been raving to anyone who will listen about the latest awesomeness from Paper, by Fifty-Three – their new feature: MIX! Paper has always supported some sharing it’s users - either in the app itself (they seemed to curate examples, i was never sure how you got your stuff in the collection..) … Keep reading
Edudemic posted an article recently called, Time Banking The Next Big Innovative Learning Technique. I have been thinking about this idea lately in the B.C. Post-Secondary system context around professional learning, and what it might look like if we adopted this “innovation”. Most institutions routinely offer a variety of professional … Keep reading
I had the entire month of August off (I know, right?). It was the best. I did so many great fun things, and did a lot of no-things. Tomorrow, I start my new job! Squeee!
I have drawn a number of “moodle doodles” for use in communication (project updates) and training. Feel free to use – This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.
After 10 years and so much (relationships, courses, projects, workshops…) I’m proud and delighted to have been apart of, I left RRU on August 1. I will never forget the royal send-off from the community – beautiful words and drawings from my friends and colleagues. It’s a great place, and … Keep reading
I have a real stylus thing. This is a natural consequence of my iPad thing (and in particular, my drawing-on-iPad-thing). In any case, I love a great stylus, and at this point, I’ve tried SEVERAL. It was a great joy to connect with Guilia Forsythe in May and geek out … Keep reading
I LOVE the app, Paper, by Fifty-Three. I use it pretty much every day, to: create visuals for presentations, communiques, etc create greetings for people and holidays (birthdays, Mothers Day, Valentines, etc) share doodles and illustrations easily (from within the app) on Facebook and Tumblr plan graphic recording gigs Going … Keep reading
Some of the best graphic recording work I’ve done has been a team effort – it’s fun, you always learn new moves, and the more ears listening, the better! Here are some things that support group recording work, in my experience… Before you start: decide on a simple colour scheme … Keep reading
I’m not big on making new year’s resolutions, but one…um…commitment I’m making this year is saying YES to invitations to be creative. Doing graphic recording in public spaces is a great way to plant seeds for these invitations: people see you doing it, they think it’s neato, and they invite … Keep reading
On friday, the fall etug workshop was held at Royal Roads. We have been waiting a loooong time for this day, and it was a great event all around (as always). Lots of good friends, ideas, connections, and fun. An extreme highlight was working with Jason Toal, Hilda Anggraeni, Leva Lee, … Keep reading