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Job Aid Spectacular

  1. 1. Job Aid Series Sample 1 (2-pg. layout)
  2. 2. Quick Tools & Tips # 1 Topic: Getting Started It’s free… or you can get a pro account! If you already have a Yahoo! account, sign-in here If don’t yet have a Yahoo! account, sign-up here 1. www.flickr.com 2. 3. There are 5 simple ways to upload photos & videos: •Flickr “Uploadr” •iPhoto or XP apps •upload webpage •Email or mobile phone •3rd party photo apps Upload 4. Create Sets Collections
  3. 3. How to Use: Flickr! “Fun With Flickr” Job Aid Series ~Ann Younce~ 2009 Photos modified from: Google Images (http://images.google.com) and Flickr (http://www.flickr.com) More Lesson Ideas: virtual field trip… Integrate photos into a variety of lessons: activity cards… exhibitions… research… database… what else? highlight intricate detail…
  4. 4. Job Aid Series Sample 2 (2-pg. layout)
  5. 5. Quick Tools & Tips # 3 Topic: Fair Use “Creative Commons is a non-profit that offers an alternative to full copyright.” www.creativecommons.org Share alike means: No Derivative Works means: Noncommercial means: Attribution means: You allow others to distribute derivative works only under a license that governs your work You let others copy, distribute, display, and perform only verbatim copies of your work, not derivative works based upon it. You let others copy, distribute, display, and perform your copyrighted work – and derivative works based upon it – but for noncommercial purposes only. You let others copy, distribute, display, and perform your copyrighted work – and derivative works based upon it – but only if they give you credit. Which license level is right for you? First, try to use original photos… Or, try to locate free, usable images… Otherwise, follow license parameters…
  6. 6. How to Use: Creative Commons & Privacy Settings “Fun With Flickr” Job Aid Series ~Ann Younce~ 2009 Photos modified from: Google Images (http://images.google.com) and Flickr (http://www.flickr.com) More Lesson Ideas: http://www.mediafestival.org/copyrightchart.html The Flickr site is not to be considered “safe” or “child friendly”, in that a simple search may yield inappropriate views for young students….. However, teachers may create a group and set parameters on the photos so the group members can only see certain photos. As with most web-based tools, a certain amount of monitoring needs to occur where younger viewers are involved. usage license (protect copyrights) privacy level (who can see your image?) content type (flag photos & videos with descriptors) safety level (only see images from specified zones)Teach copyright and fair use guidelines…
  7. 7. Job Aid Series Sample 3 (2-pg. layout)
  8. 8. Quick Tools & Tips # 5 Topic: Take Note! Click here to add a note. Type details or descriptors. The note is then visible because the mouse rolls over the box (even though you can’t see the mouse) Comments can be added by anyone to any public photo and show up as a caption below the photo... Notes are actually embedded on the image itself and can only be seen as the mouse hovers over them. Notes and Comments
  9. 9. How to Use: Flickr Notes “Fun With Flickr” Job Aid Series ~Ann Younce~ 2009 Photos modified from: Google Images (http://images.google.com) and Flickr (http://www.flickr.com) More Lesson Ideas: virtual timelines travel logsIntegrate annotated photos into a variety of lessons: brochures & guides reflections along a character’s journey memory maps
  10. 10. Job Aid Series Sample 4 (2-pg. layout)
  11. 11. Quick Tools & Tips # 8 Topic: Trading Cards “After”…“Before”… There is an endless variety of Flickr toys available on BigHugeLabs.com. It’s a third party, free service for Flickr users that provides some unique and clever widgets for images. Find a more interesting way to present information:
  12. 12. How to Use: “Trading Cards” with Flickr and Big Huge Labs “Fun With Flickr” Job Aid Series ~Ann Younce~ 2009 Photos modified from: Google Images (http://images.google.com) and Flickr (http://www.flickr.com) More Lesson Ideas: “Big Huge Labs” widgets can be used to inspire: magazine covers… CD liner notes… mosaics… billboards… jigsaw puzzles… “Warholizer”… flash cards…

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