#clmooc MMM Make More Memes

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clmooccorinnethomsenmemesquarmmm1 Memes: a media element spread on the internet, altered by others, and added to the internet’s dispersed collections.

They are fun, often humorous, and sometimes satirical. They can be informative. Dogtrax [ Kevin Hodgson] invites us to continue the #clmooc tradition of memes this year. So if a phrase captures your attention, let us know by choosing a meme image to fit. Create it, and spread the Meme Magic.





clmooc 044corinnethomsenWhen Corinne Thomsen shared her lovely drawing, I immediately thought: Meme Magic!

So I asked her permission and began a remix. I opened my free app, Sketchbook Express, and began the process of remixing and adapting her fun image. I downloaded her image and inserted it into Sketchbook Express, which allows me to fill, draw, layer, and add text.










I first made a blank template for all of us to use. So download this image [right or control click and Save Image As] and create your own. I made it square [ 500 x 500 pixels ] because some meme generators require square images; adapt as you need to. It does allow for adding information on the white right side.









So, Welcome to  #clmooc















Build your personal / professional learning community through fun projects collaborating with others throughout the summer:















What is it all about? It’s about becoming a Connected Learner and guiding your students’ connections as well. Come join the   #clmooc and follow on Twitter #clmooc

















And remember to Make More Memes !


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  4 comments for “#clmooc MMM Make More Memes

  1. pkittle
    June 16, 2014 at 1:07 pm

    Wow–you’re getting a total jumpstart on our Week 2 Make, which will focus on memes!

    • June 24, 2014 at 9:12 am

      Who new? I just remembered all the memes from last year. Very fun, and look forward to this year’s meme frenzy. Thanks for taking it on!

  2. June 16, 2014 at 1:58 am

    Great way to show how memes can be made. (and more alliteration here than you can throw a stick at!)

    • June 24, 2014 at 9:12 am

      Thanks, Kevin. Very fun, and I learned from the master!

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