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Explore,Create,Contribute : The Best in Online Resources for Educators

A live session with Denise Krebs on 2nd April 2015 at 2:30 PM EST

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Course Highlights

  • Review 21st century literacies.
  • Explore free image sites.
  • Create playlists with great video content.
  • Be inspired to create content and contribute to the world.
  • Class recording and slides available to all enrollees

About the Course

Language of Instruction: English

Course Description

In the 21st century, we are all consumers of digital content. However, we don’t want to be consumers only; now we are also invited to become creators and contributors of online content.

In this webinar, we will:


  1. Review 21st century literacies--what they are and why we should care.
  2. Discover free Creative Commons and public domain images to use in your classroom or online publications. You’ll find just the right images on Pixabay, Openclipart, Morguefile, and Flickr.
  3. Find just the right YouTube videos to enhance your classroom content.
  4. Be inspired to share your own content. Sharing content can be as simple as creating a YouTube playlist and making it “Public,” or, a more elaborate contribution, creating your own SVG clipart file and uploading to Openclipart. The photos, videos, and playlists you add contribute to and improve world.

Come and join us, where you’ll find outstanding free content, as well as be inspired to create your own. As Angela Maiers says, “You are a genius and the world expects your contribution.”

Who should attend:

  • English language teachers
  • Educators (all levels)
  • Administrators
  • Bloggers 
  • And others who publish online.

Date and Time: 2nd April 2015 at 2:30 PM EST

Duration: 60 minutes: 45 minutes, plus 15 minutes for Q&A

About the Instructor

Denise Krebs
MANAMA, Bahrain

Denise Krebs is a teacher, writer, and most importantly, chief learner. She's been learning and growing with students from kindergarten through college age for over 20 years. Since she became a connected educator, Denise has been finding ways to explore, create, and contribute. Currently Denise teaches Kindergarten and lives with her husband Keith in Bahrain. You can find her on Twitter @mrsdkrebs and she blogs at http://mrsdkrebs.edublogs.org.

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