bavatuesdays is a great blog by Jim Groom. What is it about? Education, of course, with a tint of macabre b-movies like Mario Bava’s old terror ones in black and white. In this post, Jim shows a poster:
Justin Toney created his science poster for the class with Glogster, and I think he did so to some great effect—I dig the aesthetics of it. Imagine that, a web-based science poster that isn’t a progeny of PowerPoint! You can see the full version here.
Gorgeous poster and splendid idea. We should call this, the age of Perpetual Tools. Let’s see this Glogster tool, ok?