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Greetings, spatial learners. We’re happy to present yet another document in SpatialNote format. This time it’s a knowledge structure about algorithms. The body of knowledge is quite substantial, so we decided to make the document publicly available while it’s being worked on.
SpatialNote is happy to present another 3D textbook: The Basic Elements of Music by Catherine Schmidt-Jones. This is our rendition of OpenStax Creative Commons Attribution License textbook. The book is intended for elementary school music teachers. It can be a good fit for instructors without previous training in music: all the definitions, explanations and exercises are included. The original textbook can be found here .
This book in 3D format, as converted by SpatialNote team, allows for more flexibility in terms of direction and level of detail. It’s also easier to navigate and might be fun to use in class. The document can be copied and modified to include more information, like tasks, tests, videos, images, etc.
This 3D textbook takes a little while to load, so please be patient and give it a minute. Once loaded, the document works smoothly.
On a journey of mastering a new skill, you may find lots of useful resources in different formats. To keep up your motivation and aid the learning process, it’s useful to compile everything worthy you find in one place.
I’ve stumbled upon a great YouTube channel with drawing tutorials. These videos are very helpful to begin learning to draw a human body and face. In the short run, the playlists made by the author are enough, but in the long run I’d like to add my drawings to track the progress, notes and ideas, questions, some theory, maybe some excerpts from books and articles, and other videos too. And suddenly a playlist is just not enough for keeping everything neatly organized. Also, some important tips are often found in very long videos. When embedding a video in SpatialNote, you may indicate the starting point, and get to the needed part of the video right away.
The document below is the starting point for learning how to draw. It contains excellent tutorials by Proko on drawing a human body.
You’re free to copy this structure into your account and expand it as you wish: add your notes, drawings, other videos, explore different techniques, etc. If you feel your modifications might be valuable for other learners, please share!