Colette Cassinelli's visionary use of information literacy and educational technology

Tag: fun

Holiday Eye Test

Holiday Eye Test

Thanks to CogDogBlog for sharing this fun eye chart that can be made at  http://www.eyechartmaker.com/

Making our way through the political (corn) maze

Making our way through the political (corn) maze

The media keeps reminding us … 94 days until Election day … we might already be lost – but why not have some fun along the way. Dale Goodno, the Chief Information Officer at our campus designed this fabulous corn maze for the Baggenstos Family […]

“I am here for the learning revolution” contest

“I am here for the learning revolution” contest

I know everyone is waiting until the VERY last minute to enter the NECC button contest by Scott McLeod and Wes Fryer so they can check out the competition but I can’t wait to submit my ideas – plus I won’t have time between now and May 1st to do much work.

So here’s my take on … I am here for the learning revolution. I’m still not sure if I can attend NECC or not so I am hoping that someone will feel sorry for me (since I actually took the time to enter!) and vote for ME. Plus I’m going to start a “sponsor Colette to NECC” contest soon and the lucky winner will get to hang out with ME – now that’s worth something!!!

#1 – Original button made by CCassinelli
Photo from Courosa: http://www.flickr.com/photos/courosa/2311845824/

#2 – Original button made by CCassinelli

#3 – Original button made by CCassinelli
Photo from Woodly Wonderworks: http://www.flickr.com/photos/wwworks/440672445/

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Just for fun … Buzzword Bingo

Just for fun … Buzzword Bingo

I was inspired by IBM’s commercial Buzzword Bingo to make my own Buzzword Bingo card so I can play along at the next educational technology conference I go to. Make yours and have fun. You might actually pay better attention during the keynote! 🙂 Thanks […]

Let the fun begin!

Let the fun begin!

This week I am teaching a Flash animation camp for kids 10-15 sponsored by OETC .  I have spent most of the day pondering my goals and looking over the proposed curriculum that I designed last May.  More than any technique or skill mastery, I […]