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Creating Interactive Photos in Your Classroom

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Overview

A picture tells a thousand words, especially when you or your students make it interactive. Join Brenda Hauff as she explains how to use Canva, a free, cloud-based desktop publishing tool that makes you look like a pro. She will then show how to take what you have just created and make it interactive with Thinglink. Using the free features of Thinglink, Brenda will demonstrate how you can easily make a graphic come alive with interactive photos or text. There's no need to be a tech nerd – you can do it all without using HTML code. In addition, Brenda will share example project ideas and suggestions for using interactive photos in your classroom.

Details

Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Tuesday, June 14, 2016 @ 2:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Digital Media, Tools for Student Projects, Web Tool Overviews
Tags: Canva, digital media, interactive graphics, student projects, Thinglink, web tools

Reviews (19)

Full Member
 
Very useful, clear and concise! Thanks!
 
What a great way to mash these two apps! Thanks!
Full Member
 
Great presentation.
Full Member
 
Great step-by-step graphics information. I know I'll be coming back to refresh on this one.
Full Member
 
Brenda thank you for the brief tour of Canva, Pixabay, TheNounProject and Thingling! You provided some great resources and great tips!
Full Member
 
GOOD REVIEW OF CANVA. WOULD LIKE TO TRY. PIXABAY LOOKS GOOD FOR IMAGES. THANK YOU.
Full Member
 
I love being able to create a “powerpoint type” through Canva Link. You certainly were thorough to explain how to use.
Full Member
 
Nice in depth directions!
Full Member
 
Good ideas, especially for getting quality pics for free.
Full Member
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Thank you for sharing some new ideas
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