Thursday, April 27, 2023

More "Color Our Collections" Collections

Back in December I shared the Smithsonian Learning Lab's Color Our Collections collection. That's a collection of coloring pages based on portraits in the National Portrait Gallery. You can download those coloring pages for free. 

This morning through an Open Culture post I learned there are nearly 100 more museums and libraries that have similar Color Our Collections pages. All of those pages can be found through this page on New York Academy of Medicine's website

Some of the collections like that from the Denver Botanic Garden aren't more than a page or two while others are ten or more pages. 

A few of the collections that stood out to me were this Harley Davidson collection, the Toronto Public Library's Peeps Into Fairyland (one of my daughters is obsessed with fairies), and Princeton University's Animals in Kodomo no Kuni (the land of children).

Two Ed Tech Guys Take Questions Again

Yesterday, Rushton Hurley and I recorded the latest installment of our Two EdTech Guys Take Questions series. In the episode we answered questions about introductions to computer science, timing quizzes in Google Forms, and more. We also shared a few cool resources you might want to share with your students.

You can watch the latest episode of Two EdTech Guys Questions right here. On that same page you'll find links to the resources we mentioned in the episode as well as previous episodes.

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