Ron Leunissen has been working on digital art for many years. He participates in several online digital art communities:
DS106, where "DS" stands for Digital Storytelling (http://ds106.us) is an permanent ongoing open course which started at the University of Mary Washington in the USA. Every day there's a daily assignment on the website in which you're invited to participate at will (http://daily.ds106.us/). Ron has been submitting a daily digital creation for several years under the twitter-name Ronald_2008.
CLmooc, Connected Learning Massive Open Online Course, is an open learning community in which art act as a connector between people who are interested and/or involved in teaching and learning (https://clmooc.com/).
Ron's Flickr account, which hosts many of his digital products, can be found at https://www.flickr.com/photos/93065039@N03/
Ron writes and illustrates image books for children. He has published several books at the Dutch publisher ZIVA uitgeverij (http://zivauitgeverij.com). Ron mostly writes in Dutch. There are two books in English by him available at Amazon: Sarah and the colorful ghost, and Bib bumps its head.
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