…and how does it apply to me? Pinterest.com launched in March of 2010 but really gained popularity in 2011. This free website allows you to browse images and save them into groups that you’ve organized. Pinterest makes it easy for … Read
We get a lot of requests for ways to find good images online. One great tool is Google Image Search. You’ve perhaps used this to find images by keyword, but did you know you can also use it to find … Read
This is handy: If you use Google Image Search to find pictures to include in presentations or instruction, a new feature upgrade will help you reduce the duplication that heretofore has been common with most searches. It’s not enabled in … Read
Looking for an easy way to find free images for your next presentation? Checkout Compfight, an easy-to-use search interface for Flickr, a large social media service for photographers. Let’s check it out. To get started, visit the site, type a … Read
We’re coming up on another summer of conferences and conference presentations. Here’s a little refresher to help you (and your audience) get the most out of your talks. 1. Beware “Death by PowerPoint” You may have seen this video before, … Read
I’m sure many of us have had the experience of taking a great photo of a friend, family member, landscape, or other photo-worthy scene only to find that the final image contained red eye problems or that the color was … Read
Happy Friday! In this edition of Friday Five, we’re revisiting a topic we’ve covered in the past–where can presenters, teachers and students go to find free, high-quality images? Keep reading to learn how to use my five preferred sources.
We’ve linked to quite a few sites with free images and audio for your presentations. Making Teachers Nerdy has compiled a nice list of sounds and sights in the public domain, free for the taking, to help spruce up your … Read