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Site credits


Landing page images

  1. Wisdom by Sharon Tate Soberon

  2. Bagogames. Two kids gaming. Flickr via CreativeCommons. Attribution: 2.0 Generic (CC BY 2.0).  Retrieved.

  3. Creativelima. Social media icons. Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License. Retrieved:

  4. Immersive Kids with Google Cardboard. Retrieved:

  5. Kratochvil. Petr. Baby with laptop. Retrieved

  6. Kwan, M. Student on floor with iPad. CreativeCommons to Flicker. Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic (CC BY-SA 2.0). Retrieved:

  7. Myself. Augmented reality Art Gallery. Photo John Rusyniak. Collage created by Larry Addington.

  8. Myself. Arizona sunset.

  9. No photographer credited. Robot with laptop. iCog labs, through Retrieved

  10. No photographer credited. Telekinesis Obstacle Course. Hammecher Schlemmer. Retrieved:

  11. No photographer credited. Wiikids. Retrieved:

  12. No photographer credited. Woman exercising with Wii. Retrieved: ?.

  13. No photographer credited. Aphmau minecraft. Minecraft.

  14. No photographer credited. Man with prosthetic hand, shaking hands. Gentside Découverte. Retrieved:

  15. Open Bionics (courtesy of BBC). Robot and human doing Rubic's cube. Retrieved:

  16. Retrieved:

  17. Robot family. Licensed from Shutterstock; copyright- Sarah Holmlund. 

  18. Pepper the Robot. Difficult to trace; it appears a number of places without any clear source, and no clear photographer credit. “Pepper” is a product of SoftBank Robotics ( Also retrieved:


Fourth R Slide compositie in iPad Landing Page- old

  1. Clipart. Main girl, with pencil. Have had this image for many, many years, and obstained with permission. Records not available.

  2. Bowron, A. Green screen girl. The Awkward Blog. Attribution: Permission from author. Retrieved:

  3. Quadic. Girl with camera. Pixabay. Atribution: CC0 Public Domain. Retrieved:


Fourth R Slide compositie in iPad Landing Page- new


  1. Barn Images. Woman video recording with iPhone. Flickr. Attribution 2.0 Generic (CC BY 2.0). Retrieved:

  2. No author. Boy taking photo: Pixabay. Attribution: CC0 Public Domain. Retrieved:

  3. No author. Greenscreen pic. Photofunzone. Used with permission by Travis Jerome Dawson <>. Retrieved:

  4. Clipart. Girl with chalkboard. Used through paid subscription.

  5. Clipart. Colored pencils. Used through paid subscription.

  6. Screen shots: Photoshop menus, Art.


Big Ideas page slide show on Big Ideas Depot page


  1. Art the 4th R in English and Portuguese: Inside Chapel- A semi-annual publication by Chapel School Issue 10 March/2015

  2. Long Trek Upstairs-

  3. The Power and Peril of Web 3.0. Leading and Learning with Technology, ISTE, May 2010.

  4. Creating Community. Creative Commons.

  5. Voices of Petersburg. Photo and collage by Emily Wray.

  6. ePortfolios., through a paid subscription.

  7. Augmented Reality Art. Photo by Terri Ohler, featured Cara Heitz

  8. A Case Study of Online Community. Cover by Lambert Academic Publishing.

  9. The Uncommon Core. Educational Leadership Magazine, ASCD, February 2013.

  10. The Art of the Story. Photo by: ?.

  11. Then What? Cover by Jerry Smith.

  12. Trends That Bend., through a paid subscription.

  13. Digital Community, Digital Citizen. Cover by Larry Addington.

  14. Future Courses. Cover by John Fehringer.

  15. Digital Storytelling in the Classroom. Corwin Publishing, 2013.

  16. Innovation Game. Photo credit (copyright): Helen Petts
    Aleks Kolkowski recordist, Aaron Williamson voice ('The Feral Busker').
    This is an original Edison 'Fireside' phonograph c. 1909. for playing and recording wax cylinders. The horn is an original c. 1905 phonograph recording horn that came from an early sound studio in Norwich. It's approx. 6.5 feet in length. The blank wax cylinders are newly manufactured by Paul Morris in Exeter.

  17. New Media, New Students., through a paid subscription.

  18. Young women huddled around old time radio. 




Presentations, Keynotes



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