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Wired Educator Review

Kelly Croy, Editor and Senior Writer of Wired Educator, recently reviewed Comic Life 3. Holy bananas, you guys, they loved it! You can find the original post on the Wired Educator site, but I’ve included most of it below. It’s…

Cycling To Support ALD

A while back we posted about sponsoring Frederick Sarran and his pledge to cycle over 450 miles through the Scottish Highlands in order to raise funds for an Adults With Learning Disabilities center. He’s made the journey and sent us…

Arts Award

Hello All! We have some great news to share. This July Comic Life is helping sponsor the Arts Award Conference in Yorkshire, England! Wondering what Arts Award is? Here’s a little information on the program from one of their program…

Book Summary

  Just a short post highlighting this great comic page from @missjillyteach. Her students put together comic pages summarizing John Green’s The Fault In Our Stars.

Biking For A Cause

Please allow me to introduce you to Frederick. Frederick Sarran is a student for a Master in Autism, a cyclist, a tech enthusiast, and he has a plan to wrap all of those things into one fundraising effort. Frederick works with…

Thanks!

Someone posted in our comment bar and said, “that is the coolest idea ever.” Woot! That’s the kind of stuff that makes us feel warm and fuzzy inside. We like making cool software that people want to use. So, thank…

Grandpa Grumpy

If there were awards for Best Grandpa Ever and a category for Tech Savvy it would have to go to Jay. He know’s his way around a computer, casually telling me, “I programmed my first computer in 1961 and find…

How-To Aurasma Comic

Fresh from the A Matter of Literacy blog, I give you an Aurasma Comic Tutorial! Aurasma is another tool for bringing augmented reality into your world. Not only is the tutorial below handy, it’s also a great use of Comic…

Augmented Reality In Comics

Now this… This is cool. Students are able to create worlds where dragons fly out of school walls?! Thanks to the advances in technology (and general awesomeness of the educational tools out there) classrooms can now be transformed into the…