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"Witch Hunt" - Edutopia Online Scavenger Hunt - 10/29/10

"Witch Hunt" - Edutopia Online Scavenger Hunt - 10/29/10

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Hey everyone! We wanted to do something fun and interactive for you for Halloween..so here it is: We'll be revealing a series of clues that will direct you to a picture of a witch that'll be buried in on of our 18,000 pieces of content. Don't worry -- we'll definitely make it findable. The first five winners that email the link to the content AND the picture of the witch via a screen capture to membership@edutopia.org will win a signed copy of Milton Chen's new book, Education Nation. Worth playing for? Let the games begin! First clue: :: The author of this piece on content on edutopia.org has a last name that many counts and marquis have and have had throughout French history. In fact, one man who held this last name was a famous French politician who lived from 1750-1816. :: In this author's spare time he juggles fire...
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Elana Leoni's picture
Elana Leoni
Director of Social Media Strategy and Marketing @Edutopia, edcamp organizer

:: The type of content that the witch is flying in is an article from 2009.

:: There are two images (in addition to the witch) in the article. One image in particular shows a bored male student in class that's physically in a bubble.

Jane Lewis's picture

I am looking forward to developing academic resources for our learning community using Twitter. More and more libraries are leading the way in using Twitter as an authentic platform for learning.

Elana Leoni's picture
Elana Leoni
Director of Social Media Strategy and Marketing @Edutopia, edcamp organizer

Due to popular demand (and the fact that we got a lot of winners way too fast) we're giving away 10 copies of Education Nation to 10 different winners.

mckbrewer's picture

This scavenger hunt was a fun way to get started and introduced to Edutopia!

mckbrewer's picture

This scavenger hunt was a fun way to get started and introduced to Edutopia!

Elana Leoni's picture
Elana Leoni
Director of Social Media Strategy and Marketing @Edutopia, edcamp organizer

In the article, the author lists 10 rules of __________. The word that you're trying to guess has antonyms: boredom, distraction.

Hurry! We only have 3 winners to go!

Elana Leoni's picture
Elana Leoni
Director of Social Media Strategy and Marketing @Edutopia, edcamp organizer

I'm so glad you had fun. For our next hunt, I think I may make it a bit harder and have a couple images to find. Until next time!

[quote]This scavenger hunt was a fun way to get started and introduced to Edutopia![/quote]

Elana Leoni's picture
Elana Leoni
Director of Social Media Strategy and Marketing @Edutopia, edcamp organizer

Great to hear Jane. If you're looking to expand your PLN (personal learning network) on Twitter, we've developed some pretty good lists:

:: To Follow Edutopia Bloggers: http://twitter.com/#!/edutopia/edutopia-bloggers

:: To Follow Edutopia Staff: http://twitter.com/#!/edutopia/edutopia-staff

:: To Follow some Great Educational Organizations: http://twitter.com/#!/edutopia/great-edu-orgs-to-follow

All the best and please do reach out to us if you experience any hiccups using Twitter.

[quote]I am looking forward to developing academic resources for our learning community using Twitter. More and more libraries are leading the way in using Twitter as an authentic platform for learning.[/quote]

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