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Thinglink Summer Challenge 2015

Here is ThingLink Summer Challenge #3 to create a collaborative project:

 [My Collaborative Notes page and Blog Rubric are not loading through ThingLink even though I published them as webpages so I am linking them here too].


Here is my Digital Self for week #1 of the ThinkLink Summer Challenge 2015!

[I used Thinklink, Canva, & Manga Avatar Maker in combination to create it]. 

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Thank you for posting the Web 2.0 tools that you used for this very creative graphic! I am participating in the ThingLink Summer challenge and I thought I was missing something when I saw your great layout. My next step is to spend more time exploring Canva too. This is in additional to taking two online graduate courses at the same time. I am very excited to find your blog!

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