Friday

Canva: Get Fancy with Your Visuals

In my previous post I mentioned the site, Unsplash for pictures that you can download and use on your blogs! If you haven't used it yet, what are you waiting for?


Canva is also another site that offers fairly easy to use tools to make online visual displays, infographics and posters. 



Thursday

Looking for Great Images?

Getting tired of using Google images?




The site, Unsplash, has thousands of amazing pictures that you can download and use on your blogs! Give it a try!







Friday

Hmmm, which blog posts and comments have I already notified Mrs. A about????

If you're not sure if you've already notified me that you've posted a new blog post, you can take a look here: 

If you're not sure if you've already notified me that you've posted a new comment, you can take a look here: 

Monday

Yikes! I'm writing for a global audience!


Students will complete the course units in the order that they are listed under
the section named, "Course Units." Beginning with the Unit on Blogging, students will write and publish a blog post at the end of each unit (at a minimum).


Writing for a blog is a bit different than writing for a printed newspaper or a school essay. Students will be writing for a global audience so particular attention should be made to be sure that the content is relevant and interesting. Spelling and grammar are also both very important!  Check out these guidelines on how to write interesting blog post titles and content.

I suggest that you develop/write your posts in a Google Doc and then paste into Blogger. If you decide to write directly into Blogger, be sure to save your work often.



Have fun blogging!

Sunday

Welcome to Social Media Literacy class!

This course will focus on guiding students as they "build their personal brand" (Digital Footprint) on social media. It will also help them to develop skills and awareness as they search for useful (and credible) information from social media resources and, just as importantly, how to contribute meaningful content.

All course material is accessible from this blog - see Course Units and Course Resources located to the right. Please see the About This Course page for more information on this course.

Course Units:
Each unit is comprised of activities that students must complete before moving on to the next unit. Most activities fall into one (or more) of the following categories:

Category: Goals - Sculpting Fearlessness Creating digital media (& various social media accounts)
File:Wikimedia-research.png - Wikimedia Commons  Research & Learning Activity
twitter » drawings » SketchPort  Tweeting Activity
Free illustration: Instagram, Symbol, Logo, Photo - Free Image on ...  Instagram Activity
File:Google Classroom Logo.png - Wikimedia Commons  Google Classroom Activity
How to optimize your blog post | SEOPlanter | Flickr  Blog Post Activity
Illustration gratuite: Questions, Qui, Quoi, Comment - Image ... Commenting Activity
ZenChill Blog: How To Create a Remarkable Life You've completed writing a new Blog Post or you've finished commenting on your classmates' blogs - YEA!  You'll need to let me know when your done.