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Worksession + follow-ups


Chris Lindgren, Suh Yon Cho, and I had a great work session on Friday–we have posted our updated schedule as a page on the right. We started to develop our understanding of E-toys further, and as you can see from the previous post, Chris did some follow-up research.  I started to work on a simple E-toys book about seasons and activities in Fargo (all 3 of us are exploring this topic in E-toys), and while I initially thought I was going to draw a stick figure or something like that, I realized that I could import personal photos easily, so I have roughed out a four seasons book and have used this exercise to get more familiar with the handles and some of the supplies.  I think I will also try adding audio to each page; not sure how or if I will add action and scripts.

I wanted to include a screen capture, but WordPress does not like TIFF. Will work on converter.

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This entry was posted on October 25, 2010 by in Etoys, fieldnote.

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