Take Your Time

My last post illustrated how you can use an iPhone or iPad to make simple animations. iMotionHD is the App that I’ve used for these kinds of projects and workshops. It’s amazingly intuitive, powerful frame editing and great options for sharing your completed movie. This morning my little boy needed to make a card forContinue reading “Take Your Time”

Getting QReative with World Book Day – part two

So, on Monday I posted about some book reviews I recorded at my local primary school. I took them home, edited them where necessary (not as much as you might think) and posted them to AudioBoo – today some of those codes (the ones posted here) are in the books that they relate to. TheContinue reading “Getting QReative with World Book Day – part two”

Digital Imaging on iPad (via AudioBoo)

The images above are on display at Perth Museum and Art Gallery. From left to right, the second, fourth and fifth displays were completed as part of an iPad workshop I led in November 2012 and are exhibited until the end of March. This week some of the young people who took part in the project,Continue reading “Digital Imaging on iPad (via AudioBoo)”

Guildtown Project (via AudioBoo)

Guildtown was founded in 1818 by the Guildry Incorporation of Perth. The Primary School, through a series of interlinked projects (many of them delivered through the Living Communities Programme at Perth Museum and Art Gallery), explored the Guildsmen and the trades that they governed. They also made a mini-documentary including a recreation of how theContinue reading “Guildtown Project (via AudioBoo)”

iPad – therefore iLearn

Over the past 18 months I have had many opportunities to use the iPad as a learning tool and information on Playful Communications: learning and training services can be found here. As a combination of camera, audio recorder, note-pad and presentation tool I initially thought it would be useful to me but more and moreContinue reading “iPad – therefore iLearn”

Creative Speed Dating

I attended Fife Creativity Xchange 2012 (#CXFife12) last week where I presented my Balmullo History QR Code Safari. Held at packed Rothes Halls, Glenrothes, it was a well attended event where 10 groups presented creative educational projects in a ‘speed dating’ format. I’m fine with creativity, but ‘speed dating‘? This was a new experience! EachContinue reading “Creative Speed Dating”

Beautiful Fife

My last post had no pictures. This one has lots. Something for everyone then..?! The Balmullo History QR Code Safari was properly completed recently. For a while a few of the temporary codes had been left in place while we arranged fixings for the permanent ones. Now all of the permanent codes are in place,Continue reading “Beautiful Fife”

Story Tasters

“Eve reads from ‘Dexter’s Dinosaurs’ by Michaela Morgan – chapter four. Eve is in P3 and loves reading aloud. Listen to this story taster to decide if you would like to read the book for yourself!” This is one of the ways in which I have been using AudioBoo with my daughter to encourage herContinue reading “Story Tasters”