Archive for January 10th, 2012
As big fans of panoramas, and the impact they can have in many learning contexts, it is good to find that, with Dermander, you have yet another way to create & share interactive panoramas, for free, and in just 3, easy, steps.
1) Shoot your photos using a normal camera with no need for professional equipment. 2) Create your panorama and preview it within seconds using Dermander’s online tool. 3) Share your panorama with everybody or only with friends.
Really looking forward to a packed week at BETT 2012
As the comedian might say “We’re here all week folks!”
If you fancy getting in touch, for a chat, a coffee, or just for old time’s sake maybe, drop us a message in any of these ways:
Phone/text Tim +44 (0) 7798890475 or Sarah +44 (0) 7751061811 (that’s 07798890475 + 07751061811 in English).
Twitter: @timrylands or @sarahneild or via email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Don’t be shy. Give us a try!
What fun! A whirlwind “Come-on!-Ready!-Let’s-cover-everything-and-more-in-a-day” day at St. Katharine’s Knockholt CEPS, Knockholt, in Kent.
And, was everybody up for it? They most certainly were! Children, and staff, flew with all of the challenges, and opportunities, we threw at them. Well done all.
Thank you, to Sarah Jane Tormey, headteacher, and Ellie Lake-Emly, for organising our visit today, and hosting visiting colleagues from neighbouring schools. Continue Reading