I have been doing a little ‘spring cleaning’ (wishful thinking given all the snow on the ground!) of my blog. I wanted a cleaner, tidier look to the blog and, inspired by my third COETAIL course, I wanted to makeover the graphics and create a more engaging visual display for my readers.
Here is an overview of the changes and the new blog format:
Next up, is an overhaul of my resume. I really like my current resume but it is good to keep it fresh and updated so I am looking forward to playing around with it. I want to incorporate a more infographic feel to the resume while still showcasing who I am – and the color orange (of course). This is going to be my assignment for my COETAIL course on Visual Design which I am loving. I think it bodes well that one of the course instructors blogged about my resume design when discussing this course a few years ago. I look forward to sharing with her the 2015 version, soon!
Daffodils in Tokyo ~ Sonya terBorg
It is Spring.
Actually, it is trying desperately to snow outside, but nonetheless, it is Spring and that means new growth, fresh starts and for me, a new blog!
This is my new blog for all things creative, innovative and related to education. I think I will still keep my old blog for all things fun and interesting (not that things on this blog won’t be fun and interesting!) but I want a dedicated space for education related posts.
I aim to share from around the web, to post my own wonderings based on my reading, research and classroom practice and to hopefully inspire and be inspired. If I link to your content and you would rather I did not, please let me know and I will remove any links. I am endeavoring to illustrate my blog with my own photographs to avoid the need to ‘steal’ from a Google image search – hopefully this may also prove to provide fodder for my 365 project!
I look forward to sharing and learning with you.