Week 2: "I Wonder..."

posted Jun 26, 2016, 5:51 PM by Geoff Cyr   [ updated Jun 26, 2016, 8:24 PM ]
I decided to try something different for this task. I've been aware of Adobe Spark for awhile now (Spark has actually consolidated a couple of different Adobe services, including what used to be known as Adobe Slate, Adobe Voice, and Adobe Post), but haven't had a chance to try it out, until now. Using Adobe Spark Page, I was able to create a visual list of my 20 "I wonder" questions. Follow the link below, and you'll be able to scroll down the "page" to see each of my questions, many of which have accompanying pictures and/or links.

One of my favorite things about the Adobe Spark family is that you can import your own photos to use, as well as search for photos online directly through the service. Better still, Adobe limits searches to websites and repositories with Creative Commons or public domain licensing, so permissions and copyright issues are taken right care of. At the bottom of my Spark Page creation, you'll find photo attributions for the pictures I used from online.

Adobe Spark is available for free on the web at spark.adobe.com, and available as three standalone apps on iOS (Page, Post, or Video). You will need an Adobe ID to use, which you can create for free, including by signing in to your Facebook or Google accounts.

And no, that is not my baby picture on the cover :)
I Wonder...
See also: 
Mr. Cyr's Technology for Learning Blog: Adobe Spark Evaluation