Archive for May 8th, 2010
It is not only during Almost Analogue April that we are keen on links between the real world and the virtual. Powerful learning experiences can happen when you mix the digits with the dirt, mechanical with the mud.
Here’s the most powerful tool we have been using, in that Analogue/Digital context, at the moment: Stickybits.
You can print out barcodes for free, place them in any location, then record audio, video, photographs (and more) that are linked with that barcode.
Anybody else, with the Stickybits app, can scan the barcode, experience your attachments, and, even, add their own.
We have been exploring the power of creating a multi-modal, digital aspect to a walk, collection of interesting objects, tour of the school, nature trail, or thoughts on an art gallery in the entrance hall… The possibilities are endless. Continue Reading