3 Great Resources for Free Historical Art Works to Use in Class ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning

Here are a few art repositories to keep in mind when in need of some great historical images in the public domain. These would be great for history, English, French,and Art projects.

Bookmark them for next year!

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In honour of Arts Fest 2015: 18 Apps That Will Inspire Creativity In Your Everyday Life

From exploring contemporary art to making your own on the iPad, to Miranda July’s performance art to Yoko Ono’s request for your smiles, there is something for everyone on this list.

Many of the apps are free, but there are some you have to pay for, so be sure to read the descriptions!

Mobile devices like iPads and Androids have transformed the way we experience boredom. No longer is a wayward commuter forced to play Snake or Tetris, occupying themselves in a hardly satisfying, and

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Connected Educators: Digital Citizenship Survival Kit–>Leads to Innovative Use Tool kit

Once again, Lisa Johnson gives us a very handy visual in order to think about Digital Citizenship and the questions that come up. She also includes a great list of resources for parents on how to support their child’s mindful use of technology. It also made me think that another suitcase is needed though- this is the basic one, the one that sets them up for appropriate use. But their journey is going to be a long one, and they are going to need a trunk for innovative use, don’t you think?

(Thanks to Sonia Livingstone for forwarding the links to many of these sites)


What I would put in my trunk:









What else should we add to our Innovative User’s Tickle Trunk?

P.S. Lisa Johnson links to my blog in the post below! Oh, the joy of being linked by a colleague…

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