Saturday, March 29, 2014

C4T #3

Wesley Fryer's post this week is called, Preparing for a Stopmotion Art Project. Wesley talks about how the art teacher at his school makes stop motion videos with the students. She created a stand for their classroom iPads out of cardboard and duct tape. This stand holds the iPad upright so that they can do the video. They used the Stop Motion Cafe application for iPad to make this movie and it is completely free for all that they needed to do. Here is a video that they made in the class:

In Wesley Fryer's latest post, The Evolution of BYOD for our Church Session, he talks about how many organizations are allowing people to bring their own devices to meetings. At his church, they just started bringing their own devices. They used to send out needed documents through emails. Now, they use dropbox, and just send the link to the dropbox to everyone in an email. It's much easier to do it this way. He stated that a lot of school boards are now allowing students to bring their own devices. Of course I can see where that can be good and bad. Wesley is curious to see who else uses the method of BYOD (bring your own device) also.

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