This is the 2nd part of a series of book recommendations. The first part, 15 Books for Teens who Hate Reading, featured books that made use of graphics, activities and new approaches to storytelling to appeal to readers who might not want to wade through page after page of text. The novels on this page […]
Digital Toy Cameras are the digital equivalent of lomography cameras like the Holga and Diana Models; the charm is in the low quality and unpredicatabilty. Unlike lomo cameras, however, digital toy cameras usually come with a video function. Let’s look at one toy camera — the Digital Harinezumi 2++ (デジタルハリネズミ). Digital Harinezumi 2++ This toy […]
Nico Nico Douga and is the Japanese equivalent of YouTube. If you want to reach out to potential viewers in Japan, you can consider uploading to this web sharing site. Unfortunately, unless you know Japanese, you won’t be able to make use of one of the most interesting features of the site&mdash’;viewers can add comments […]
Are you exporting digital video, want to upload it to a video sharing site and wondering what resolution and pixel aspect ratio to choose? This article offers some suggestions.
Is the problem of plagiarism becoming more widespread and more serious? Is plagiarism more common in some cultures? Why do many teachers turn a blind eye to cases of plagiarism? Sorry, I don’t have the answers; these are just some of the questions on my mind.
Here are some ideas for teaching mime (especially for teachers who, like me, have little to no experience with drama).