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Canva for Teachers & Librarians (Tech Days)
Whether online or in-person, good graphic design can build excitement, spark inquiry, and help tell a story. Furthermore, a good design makes a great first impression. Making great graphic designs used to be limited to just those who were artistically inclined. Today, anyone can create great graphics by using tools like Canva. In this session you will learn everything you need to know to create great posters, infographics, newsletters, videos, and more by using the free tools that Canva offers to librarians and teachers. This session will go beyond the nuts and bolts of how to use Canva and dive into further considerations including copyright and accessibility. If you have ever wished that you could create better graphics, this session is for you!

Sep 21, 2022 10:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Richard Byrne
Digital Learning Consultant @Free Technology for Teachers
Richard Byrne is a digital learning consultant whose work is focused on helping teachers and school librarians use technology to better their students’ learning experiences. Over the course of his 20-year career in education he has taught language arts, social studies, and computer science. He is best known for developing the award-winning websites Free Technology for Teachers & Practical Ed Tech. Richard has received awards and recognitions for his work from many organizations including the California State University’s chancellor’s office. He’s a 5 time winner of the Edublogs Award for Best Resource Sharing Blog. And Tech & Learning Magazine called Richard one of their “people to watch” for the future of educational technology. He has worked with schools and spoken at conferences on six continents and would gladly speak in Antarctica, too. Richard lives in Maine with his family, an aloof cat, and two loyal dogs.