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    What you see is what you GET!

    Visual literacy is another passion of mine. While I studied IT Usability for my Post Graduate Degree (PgD), I moved into the marketing and advertising fields before I decided to become a teacher. I believe this helped me with my presentations or visu
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    CARPe DIEM- Seize the Design!

    [caption id="" align="alignleft" width="313"] http://www.wix.com/website/templates[/caption] During course one, I had a little go at revamping my blog. I wish I had some screenshots of the very original site, but alas, I did not have that much for
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    Course 3 Final Project

    I began the final week without a clear idea of what I wanted to do.  I had started by creating a basic infographic based on Seth Godin’s  “Here, I made this” post, as promised last week: [caption id="attachment_347" align="aligncenter" wid
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    Finding Photos is Easy. Crediting them is Hard(er)

    Ideas are easy. Implementation is hard. -GUY KAWASAKI The above quote found at the bottom of the article, The State of Storytelling in the Internet Age. This sums up my efforts at putting together a blog post for this week.   I did a lot of r
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    10 Things I will Change About my Blog

      Thanks to the article, How we read online, I will strive to apply much of my new learning in this and future blog posts.  Here are my top 10 changes: I will keep my sentences short and to the point. See any Seth Godin post for great ex
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    I Did It!

    I can't believe I am finished with all my COETAIL courses and my final project!  In some ways, it seems like yesterday that I started this journey, and in others, it seems like it was forever ago.  What I do know, is that I have learned a lot, and