Pictures and Video

Here are just a few photosharing resources. All of them provide ways to print your photos, store your digital pictures, and create a variety of products and projects.

  • Snapfish: Great photosharing with the additional ability to create "group rooms" where all your staff, students or fellow teachers can add photos to one collection.

  • Flickr: One of the largest and most popular photo sharing sites, you can tag your photos, comment on the photos of others, search by tag or user, create (or use) RSS feeds, download images in multiple sizes, form sets, establish groups for sharing among colleagues, use geotags (location information, and much more. Many other web-based applications have been developed for Flickr (see Photo Ideas to Share)

  • Shutterfly: In addition to being able to pick up your prints at your local Target, shutterfly offers an online community where you can share your work and see projects created by others as well as a blog full of ideas. Includes a sections on Digital Storytelling. Shutterfly Share offers free webpage space and templates for showing and sharing your photos.

  • Picasa Web Albums: From Google. Upload and manage your photos. Public albums are searchable through Google image searching.

How to create a slideshow in Animoto handout: Animoto
How to create a slideshow in Photostory handout: Photostory

How to use Picasa 3: Picasa

Flip Video quickstart guide: