Summer 2016

The summer is finally here again! The schools in the Nordic countries have already started their vacations, while schools in countries such as the Netherlands, the UK and the US will have to wait until July to begin theirs. 



SXSWedu 2016 and Sweden

 
This week Creaza will be present several places in Sweden, as well as in Austin, Texas, where we will be attending the SWXEDU conference.


Creaza at SXSWedu 2016

 
This week Creaza will be present several places in Sweden, as well as in Austin, Texas, where we will be attending the SWXEDU conference.


Bett 2016

Creaza will of course be attending the Bett conference in London this year. Bett is one of the world's largest conferences when it comes to education and technology. It is expected that close to 40 000 people will be attending this year!


"Digital Learning Tool of the Year"!

Creaza is very proud to announce that we have just won the award “Digital Learning Tool of the Year” for the second time. Creaza first won the award in 2013, and now again in 2015.



Back to the Stone Age

This fall Creaza has released brand new Cartoonist content and exercises. Human Prehistory and the Stone Age, Bronze Age and Iron Age is now available for all Creaza Premium users.



Content is everything


As we continue to develop the Cartoonist iPad app, it keeps getting better and more stable. We have recently updated the app to ensure that it is the most stable version ever. To celebrate the summer (and the new update), we have decided...



Video editing made simple


When students are making videos at school, these videos have a tendency to be a bit slow and not always too easy on the eyes. They could be drastically improved by following a few steps. 

Instead of shooting the entire film in one take with little or no any planning, following a few steps can make both the planning, shooting and editing much more fun. And the finished product will be so much better and more enjoyable to watch.



Creaza is blogging in several languages

OUR BLOG HAS GONE THROUGH SOME CHANGES

To get closer to our scandinavian followers, we have decided to divide our blog into four blogs. Blog posts that are interesting for our scandinavian readers will therefore be posted in the scandinavian languages.

We have also changed:

  • The look and appearance in order to comply better with our current website.