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Recite this for inspiration

I was wondering how folks have been making those simple, little quotation posters that I’ve seen around the Web. Until this morning, my dear friend Shannon Miller, shared Recitethis.

Recitethis is a super easy and elegant tool for generating motivational images/posters.  Enter your favorite quote or message and select the most fitting or most attractive design template.

Need a little inspiration?  Try the handy Quotes Picker.

Posters are assigned a permalink.  They may be downloaded or emailed or shared on Twitter, Tumblr, Stumbleupon, Facebook or Pinterest. (Note: This is a handy way to pin items that are not very visual.)

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I can see many ways to use this at school.  Share your own words of wisdom around the library or your library site.  Show teachers how to create inspirational history, literature, science, health or mathy posters. Break the ice in September by asking kiddos to choose the words that best represent their spirit or philosophy.

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See also, these posts: Postering with new tools and Checkthis! and other postery stuff and Infographics: Round 2.

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Joyce Valenza About Joyce Valenza

Joyce is the teacher-librarian at Springfield Township High School, a technology writer, and a blogger. Follow her on Twitter: @joycevalenza

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