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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: Wednesday, November 7, 2018 @ 5:00 PM EST
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 (38)

 
Great information!
Full Member
 
I took note of the no-account Avitar Cartoonify and the Big Huge Lab. Those will translate into use for me.
Full Member
+2
 
This was a thorough tour through some great digital media and interactive tools for students and teachers. Thanks!
Basic Member
 
Thank you.
Basic Member
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Lots of new information for me. Will be looking at Canva and Vocaroo!
Full Member
+10
 
Great info. Thanks!
Full Member
 
Excited to start using Canva and cartoonify....I had never heard of these. Thanks
 
Very good. Lots of great pointers
Basic Member
 
Great new ideas and reminders of things I did in the past. Coming up with some fun activities to do in the lab next year.
Basic Member
 
This webinar had some really good information. I have heard of some of the programs but not all. I am excited to try out Canva, Cartoonify, and Vocaroo and share them with the staff I work with.
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