This handbook is a product of the Digital Commonwealth project which sought to facilitate a creative response to the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. However, the handbook is designed to be of use to a wider range of individuals, community groups and third sector organisations interested in using digital media (blogs, audio, video and social media) to tell their stories. Please use and share!
This was the final project for my English for Work students of the May- July 2014 Class. They designed a poster or an unfographic to promote peace. The posters were posted in their scoops and also in different social networks like Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and also in the virtual world of Second Life. Please. Leave them a comment. Here you can see their work in Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/doris.molero/posts/10154549206825368 | Rossmely Leon, Mervis Carrizo, Daniela Morales, Daniela Morales, Joseph Ramirez , Greddis Martinez and Lenin Romero, Rosana Chechile, Elliot Quintero, Liucelis Villegas, Gal Ramirez, and Daiana Yauhari, Joseline Fernandez and Maria Fernanda Peñuela
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