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  1. @lper0581

    just dance (maybe i misspoke:revised)

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    Revisiting this Visual assignment, instead of creating a poster based on quotes from a secret agent, I wanted instead to make a misquoted poster including 3 movies from the 80’s about dance: Flashdance, Dirty Dancing, and Footloose. Here’s my original rendition of this assignment: Here’s my revised poster: Here I have a picture from Flashdance, … Continue reading just dance (maybe i misspoke:revised)
  2. @danielleerika4

    Animation with Danielle

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    Web Assignments (3 Stars): Guess my story Narrate the process: I went through YouTube and looked for college related images, videos, or pictures. Then copied the URL into giphy.com and created my five GIF’s. Explain my thinking: All college students can relate to this, and the emotions and actions of these memes/gif’s. Course theme: This […]
  3. Ben Rimes

    My #ISTE2015 Animated GIF Day

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    For many years I protested that I had no clear need to attend the annual International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Conference. From the social media streams and vendor receptions, it has the appearance of an ostentatious event focused on selling the latest and greatest gadgets, apps, and technology solutions to educators. Many of my colleagues […]
  4. Ben Rimes

    My #ISTE2015 Animated GIF Day

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    For many years I protested that I had no clear need to attend the annual International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Conference. From the social media streams and vendor receptions, it has the appearance of an ostentatious event focused on selling the latest and greatest gadgets, apps, and technology solutions to educators. Many of my colleagues […]

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