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A Picture Tells a Thousand Words – Thinglink and Storytelling


flickr photo shared by mrkrndvs under a Creative Commons ( BY-SA ) license

There are many ways to tell a story. I have touched on different aspects in the past, such as the reason for my title and my avatar image. However, one aspect that I have not touched on is my banner. The image of my desk and the story that it tells.

Here then is my attempt an an explanation using Thinglink:

So what about you, what are the image that tell your story? I would love to know.


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Aaron

I am an Australian educator supporting the integration of technology and innovation. I have an interest in how collectively we can work to creating a better tomorrow.

A Picture Tells a Thousand Words – Thinglink and Storytelling by Aaron Davis is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

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