Tag archive for comics

Web Sightings for October 2010

I’m pleased to start this monthly installment of Web Sightings out with the following animated short by Andy Sykes that received the Best Short Short award at the Bradford Animation Festival in 2009. It’s for those of us who were made to sit at the…

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Web Sightings for June 2010

June is going to be a busy month for me so I decided to post my monthly Web sightings a day early. Let’s start with this 10-minute video featuring Dan Pink’s talk at the RSA that illustrates the hidden truths behind what really motivates us…

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Web Sightings for May 2010

Let’s start this month’s collection of websites with The Georgia O’Keeffe Museum‘s new online database that contains images of the artist’s work, photographs, and correspondence from the museum’s collection and research center archive. In addition to browsing or searching the database, you can also save…

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Web Sightings for March 2010

Lego Explorer photo by kennymatic, CC Attribution License Let’s start this month’s installment of Web Sightings out with an amusing music video for the song “70 Million” by the Franco-American band Hold Your Horses! How many of the reconstructed famous paintings or artists represented in…

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Web Sightings for July 2009

July is already almost halfway gone.  Where is the summer going?  For me, it’s being partly spent finding useful and interesting sites like these: Online University Reviews just posted a list of 100 Best Scholarly Art Blogs, Sites, Tools, and Resources, which includes something for…

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Drawing With Water: Making the Art for ALAN’S WAR

See how Emmanuel Guibert created the art for his graphic novel ALAN’S WAR. An interesting drawing technique to show to students. [thanks Mary]

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Web Sightings for September

Something for everyone this month . . . Download the Booklyn Artists Alliance ED Manual for lessons on book-making. Tim Brown (CEO of IDEO) writes about Design Thinking in Harvard Review. Browse a large collection of Woodblock Prints of Ando Hiroshige. James G. Lengel outlines…

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So many websites. . .so little time

Ever wonder just how many pages there are on the Web? Unless you’re a geek like me, probably not. Well, Google reported today that their systems that process links on the Web in order to find new content hit a milestone: 1 trillion unique URLs…

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Saturday @ NECC 2008

Left Gainesville at 6 am Saturday morning and arrived in San Antonio around 9:45 am. No delays or problems. Yeah! I picked up my registration packet and wandered around the convention center, dropping into a few EduBloggerCon sessions, (e.g., I caught some of Wesley Fryer…

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Web Sightings for June

Let’s get summer going here at ATGI with ten new Web sightings: The New Museum‘s mission is to promote New Art and New Ideas. Their Global Classroom (G:Class) website provides online educational resources for high school teachers and showcases artwork and writing by high school…

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