on June 15 2020 at 9:05 a.m.
Shame this session stopped working, I hope the EDIL team gets it back up and running. Looking forward to the practical demonstration, great work so far! Thank you Sara :)
Thank you Michael :) It was challenging to connect again several times, but I will make sure I record this again and share the link here :) In the meantime, you can check out tutorials on my page https://www.AugmentedToys.org or weekly video workshops for young people at https://tinyurl.com/tutorialsAR
in reply to Michael Pollak
Due to technical issues with Zoom, I have recorded the whole workshop again and shared it on YouTube:
I'm happy to answer all your questions or review your AR creations here, on Youtube, Twitter (@sara.mursic) or over email.
Thank you for participating :)
Sara, I am elated to see your progress. You are a rising star of the edMedia conference-land and in the educational world! I am so happy to have met you!
I watched your workshop. It was amazing! Thank you!
P.S. I liked the design of the PPT slides you presented today. What is the source?
Thank you, Ludmila. Your comments mean a lot to me. I am really looking forward to next year and everything we will be able to do with this valuable lesson from the online year 2020. I'm looking forward to meeting you again and following your work in the meantime :)
Regarding the presentation, it is a template that I found on PowerPointSchool site - their use of animated transitions and shapes is really great and engaging. Here is the link for you to check out: https://powerpointschool.com/animated-powerpoint-presentation-slide/
in reply to Ludmila Smirnova
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