We Were Once a Fairy Tale by Spike Jonze feat. Kanye West They had me at the title. Great, great title. Even without it though, with two artists on top of their games, there was no way I wasn’t going to be amped up to finally see Spike Jonze and Kanye’s newest short film collaboration, We Were Once a Fairy Tale. Hell, I’d only been waiting for a month. Registration Check out one of our most popular webinars below! Emerging Tech is a professional learning community (PLC) where school librarians can explore all the ways to integrate technology and 21st century learning into school library programs. The community hosts free monthly webinars and live chats presented by Michelle Luhtala, Head Librarian at New Canaan High School (CT). Online discussions provide an easy way to continue the conversation and share ideas and experiences with peers across the country, and around the world. You'll have an opportunity to collaborate with other librarians as you learn about and explore the many uses of technology in school libraries. Upcoming Webinars
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Napoleon's trial If our NCHS career as partners in learning was a book that was segmented in to parts, this project would mark the beginning of Part II. Part I is about learning how to access your library's services. Part II is about the research process. There is a video below that is worth the 7 1/2 minutes. It describes the beauty of running into obstacles while researching. Spike Jonze + Absolut Short Film If you hadn’t heard, Spike Jonze has continued his sustained assault on the short film medium, this time with his long-anticipated “secret robot short film”, I’m Here. This of course is coming on the heels of the Where the Wild Things Are DVD-extra, Higglety Pigglety Pop! and the Kanye West collab, We Were Once a Fairy Tale—a corpus which altogether represents the most attention short film has received from an established feature film director in a generation.
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Create a One-Page Retro Web Design Layout in Photoshop In this tutorial we will explain how to create a one-page retro web design using Adobe Photoshop. While most of the design is created in Photoshop, we will also use Illustrator to create various shapes and elements. Let's get started! This tutorial was a collaboration with Ciursa Ionut. Tutorial Assets Crosswalk of the Common Core Standards and the Standards for the 21st-Century Learner Skip to main content ALA User Menu Search form A Division of the American Library Association You are at: ALA.org » AASL » Learning Standards & Program Guidelines » Learning Standards & Common Core State Standards Crosswalk Share this page: The Wilderness Downtown (Arcade Fire) by Chris Milk Take a trip down memory lane in this interactive music video that draws imagery from your own childhood experiences of suburbia. You can’t miss the latest flurry around a new experimental online film experience by Chris Milk (director of Who’s Gonna Save My Soul). I shouldn’t say too much for chance of spoiling it, but you begin by typing in the address of your childhood home, hit play, and enjoy a personalized film experience that doesn’t disappoint. Chris uses popup windows to reveal different shots in a magical way with real-time animation and an interactive intermission to boot. It’s a beautiful blend of filmmaking and interaction design with a deep understanding of the web environment and how it’s boundaries can be stretched and manipulated in unexpected ways. Andrew makes no attempt to hide his love for the magic art of animation.