Predicting Google Drawings 2.0

“Future” by mrkrndvs is licensed under CC BY-SA I have been saying to quite a few people that there seems to be change afoot in regards to Google Drawings. I base this hunch on a few signs. The majority of the information in the support site has been stripped back, there is no mention in…

Planning with OneNote

flickr photo shared by mrkrndvs under a Creative Commons ( BY-SA ) license Integrating technology in schools can be challenging. Far too often it is seen as an ‘or’ rather than an ‘and’. Subsequently, there are some areas where it has become more normalised than others. One such space is curriculum planning. When was the…

Creating Images for Blogs

One of the strengths of writing on the web is the possibility of presenting ideas and information in different forms. The most common form is visual images. For some this simply means going to Google and copying the first image found. However, these images are often copyrighted or have little connection with the original creator. One…

Getting Creative with Adobe

flickr photo shared by mrkrndvs under a Creative Commons ( BY-NC-SA ) license For so long Adobe has been known for its focus on design, but with the move into the mobile world, they have also become just as much about creativity within constraint. Dr. Tim Kitchen recently visited Brookside to support students and staff in exploring various possibilities.…