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Sunday, November 02, 2008

Pick up your brochure

Categories: s1 and s2, Rivers
Just trialling the magazine cover maker mentioned a few posts ago. The reason for this is that s2 have access to PC's tomorrow, and I think this site should no longer be filtered. I'll be setting the leaflet/ magazine as a homework after tomorrow, providing assembly doesn't take up too much of the period. Quintura is good for searching for images, or you could use flickr and try a creative commons search. Thanks to ciro@tokyo for the original photo in the magazine cover, whose photostream can be found here.
s1 are doing their favela team task tomorrow, last period of the day, which should give me plenty of time to tidy up afterwards, and Higher should have finished most of the booklet work on rivers. This means that you should be able to start your slide commentaries on the long profile of a river. This brought me back to some of the previous audio work on coasts via mobiles. I'm trying to think of a way I can give everyone individual feedback, but share the best bits - We'll have a chat about this tomorrow.


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