Post-Camp Blog Blues

It’s been more than a month since Camp Blog and I’m missing a lot about it.

Just this morning, I was cleaning my files and came across the pictures taken during the camp. Most of them were of the participants engrossed infront of a computer. Some of them were during light and funny moments. Some of them were of the speakers, the coordinators, etc. Browsing through them made me remember of some personalities that made the event more entertaining.

I’m posting here some pictures to help you remember too.

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Experimenting with DOF

I got to know my Canon 400D (c/o iSchools Project) better after a brief one-on-one session with Mr. Jimmy Domingo.

I’ve been using this camera for quite some time now, but haven’t had the chance to experiment on it. I am not also familiar with the other controls. Although I always bring the manual with me, I couldn’t seem to take the time to read it.That’s why, most of the time I take pictures using the various automatic modes – e.g. portrait, landscape, sports, etc. And then of course, there’s always the full auto mode Continue reading

Working with the masters

As online writers, we’re supposed to come up with articles everyday. Now we’re no professional writers. Although we underwent the necessary training, we still think that we need more practice, and we need the guidance of masters.

Fortunately, two masters came our way – Sir Joe Torres and Sir Fort Nicolas, Jr. Continue reading

Success tastes sweet

Eenie,meenee, minie mo!Alin ang tamang sagot dito. Louie Romines of Makiwalo Integrated School thinks his way through the online quiz on recent Philippine history. the quiz was made in Plone, an open source content management systerm which was discussed to the campers by Dr. Alejo Espinosa (UPOU).

Eenie,meenee, minie mo!Alin ang tamang sagot dito. Louie Romines of Makiwalo Integrated School thinks his way through the online quiz on recent Philippine history. the quiz was made in Plone, an open source content management systerm which was discussed to the campers by Dr. Alejo Espinosa (UPOU).

Guess what? He aced the quiz!

Guess what? He aced the quiz!

Glenn Mark Reales on blogging

Caught in the blog mania

Stephen Paraan (Capas High School) is not new to blogging but has not imbibed the blogging fever until Mr. Glenn Mark Reales introduced their group to the possibilities of blogs and other online tools on May 20-21, 2009 at the Pampanga Agricultural College. Stephen resolves to create a blog for their school.

Although Stephen Paraan,a high school student, is not new to blogging, he has not imbibed the blogging fever until Mr. Glenn Mark Reales introduced their group to the possibilities of blogs and other online tools on the third and fourth day of Camp Blog (May 20-21, 2009) at the Pampanga Agricultural College. Stephen resolves to create a blog for their school, Capas High School.

A painting speaks a thousand words…

Rucksack bags for sale!If it were an income generating activity, these bags would surely sell, but this is one way the campers introduced themselves to their fellow campers by painting their bags with symbols that best describes their personality.

Rucksack bags for sale!If it were an income generating activity, these bags would surely sell, but this is one way the campers introduced themselves to their fellow campers during CICT iSchools' Camp Blog. They painted their bags with symbols that best describe their personality.

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