How my sunflowers grow – an h5p timeline

I have been documenting the growth of my sunflowers through images this year and thought it would be cool to include the pictures in an interactive timeline so you could see the relative time between them. My photos started on March 31, 2024, but the lineage of the seeds I planted goes back to 2012, and I also wanted to include some images from then. Displaying images over time can

How I used AI to assist art-making.

A while back (in 2017), I visited a good buddy, and as a memento, I drew this little image and used it as a thank you card. In this image, I wanted to capture many of the elements that I fondly remembered from my visit: seeing the full moon rising over the forest, inoculating logs with mushroom spores, playing with my buddy’s synthesizer collection, his favourite pet dog, the bee

A.I. Images in the classroom

Coming up in two weeks is a free and open microcourse in which my co-teacher and I will explore making images using A.I. specifically for instruction. Thanks in advance to BCCampus for hosting this course. REGISTER HERE: FLO MicroCourse: Artificial Intelligence Images in the Classroom. I’ve had a chance to learn more about A.I. image generation while researching for this course, and as an artist, I have to say my

Please, Share with the Class – a portfolio collection

A recent project developing a micro-course for BCcampus was inspired by many of the inquiries I had working in post-secondary education from instructors wanting to share and have their students collaborate with multimedia such as images, audio and video online. Teaching and learning online have become more essential than ever. However, using media as part of a lesson or activity is not always as simple as in a face-to-face situation,

Teaching Visually with Procreate

While at Thompson Rivers University in 2021-2022, I created many online resources, videos, and workshops to support instructors’ use of technology and media. Near and dear to my heart are the activities I developed for “Teaching Visually” and “Visualize This,” a series of resources using drawing paired with different technologies to create, explain, and teach. I have used many drawing apps on various platforms, but Procreate has been one of