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The Art Of Conversation - Flickr, Workshop 1 , Jessica - Vietnamese Version

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    • 1. FLICKR ~
    • 2.
      • Flickr is a popular online photo-sharing community that allows anyone to share and organise their digital photos with friends, family, colleagues, and the rest of the world.
      • While many people use Flickr recreationally, it can also be a powerful tool for organsations, including nonprofits.
    • 3.
      • There are many ways that Flickr can help nonprofits share photos online and accomplish their goals.
      • For example:
    • 4. Keeping a Photo Bank:
      • flickr not only allows the exchange photos and information, it also creates an image bank from which organisations can select photos for its website and blog.
    • 5. Photographic Documentation:
      • Photographs are able to be organised and tagged for future use and education, as well as to document activities in the field.
    • 6. Internal Planning:
      • As flickr allows the user the power to control who can access any particular photograph, you are able to easily share photographs and experience with counterparts and other organisations to get a visual reference programs, and projects.
    • 7. Presentations:
      • flickr’s Creative Commons licensing search feature enables greater access to photographs that can be used in presentations, without having to pay for stock photography.
    • 8. Make things:
      • Photographs can be used in cards, stickers and other items that flickr produces.
    • 9. What Is Flickr?
      • Anyone who signs up for a free Flickr account can upload photographs and use the site to store, share and explore photos (up to 100 MB per month).
      • A pro account member can upload an unlimited amount of photographs.
    • 10. Flickr is a global community
      • There are more than 2 billion photos on Flickr, with 1 to 2 million new photos uploaded every day.
      • More than half of its members live outside the United States, and the site is available in eight languages.
    • 11. How to use Flickr ~
    • 12. Setting Up Your Account
      • 1. Respect Flickr's Community Guidelines.
    • 13.
      • 2. Set up your account as an individual, but use group features as an organisational hub.
    • 14. Uploading Photos
      • 3. Pick the uploading method that best matches your needs.
    • 15. Organising
      • 4. Use tags, titles, and descriptions to make your photos easier to find.
    • 16.
      • 5. Use sets, collections, and archives to keep your photos organised.
    • 17.
      • 6. Use the Mapping feature to show where your photos were taken and to find photos of places near you.
    • 18. Sharing
      • 7. Use Creative Commons licensing to extend the distribution of your photos.
    • 19.
      • 8. Use the privacy settings and filters to share appropriate photos with other users.
    • 20.
      • 9. Use Groups to share your photos with others.
    • 21.
      • 10. Make things.
    • 22.
      • DISCUSSION !!!!
    • 23.  
    • 24.