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Using pinterest teach meet feb 2013

  1. 1. Who loved swap cards?
  2. 2. My mother used to collect these
  3. 3. People sometimes collect the strangest things
  4. 4. socks Photo source: http://channel.nationalgeographic.com/channel/taboo/galleries/weird-collections/at/surrounded-by- socks-57811/
  5. 5. Photo source: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/4162200/Dalmatian-obsessive-to- sell-collection-after-splitting-with-husband.html
  6. 6. Still love collecting pictures
  7. 7. Andrea Jenkins
  8. 8. Aristotle Opera (Works) Printed on vellum by Andrea Torresanus and Bartolomeo de Blavis in Venice, 1483 Opening, Volume 2: Group of Philosophers Disputing by Girolamo da Cremona
  9. 9. Herb Ritts
  10. 10. Birds built a nest in a chandelier on the porch of Annie Brahler. Photo by Holly Abston.
  11. 11. Photograph of a snowflake by Wilson Alwyn Bentley (ca. 1900)
  12. 12. What is Pinterest?
  13. 13. Pinterest is... A content curation platform which allows you to organise and share web content via images by pinning them into boards (folders). You can upload pictures, videos, or websites, pin them using a url, or repin content from other people on Pinterest.
  14. 14. It's a bookmarking site
  15. 15. It's a social network You follow people
  16. 16. Yes, it's addictive
  17. 17. Yes, Pinterest often looks like this
  18. 18. or this
  19. 19. or this
  20. 20. But it can also look like this
  21. 21. or this Melbourne cafes by Alexander Sheko
  22. 22. or this
  23. 23. or this Ernst Haeckel
  24. 24. or this Wonders of the Ancient World - NYPL collection
  25. 25. My Pinterest profile
  26. 26. I use Pinterest to curate...
  27. 27. images for a subject Art history
  28. 28. images for a subject within a subject Urban Art
  29. 29. images for a project - Year 9 Scavenger Hunt
  30. 30. images for a theme - manhood
  31. 31. images for a concept - connections
  32. 32. images for reading promotion
  33. 33. images for a presentation - Students blogging (voice)
  34. 34. Video collection - Art videos (Gerhard Richter)
  35. 35. not just images, web content
  36. 36. video tutorials
  37. 37. Art Ed project ideas http://pinterest.com/edelacruz/art-ed-project-ideas/
  38. 38. collaborative collections
  39. 39. Best part - the people!
  40. 40. Follow experts to get the good stuff (Associate Director Metmuseum)
  41. 41. Find a great board and follow the person
  42. 42. Then check out who they're following
  43. 43. Mission: Collect visual examples for Visual Design Communication
  44. 44. You meet some very interesting people
  45. 45. Collecting, curating and sharing online resources for Visual Communication Design 2013
  46. 46. VisComm Libguide
  47. 47. Graphic Design
  48. 48. Architecture
  49. 49. Architectural drawings
  50. 50. Architectural details
  51. 51. Interior design
  52. 52. Data visualisation
  53. 53. Sculpture - installation
  54. 54. Typography
  55. 55. Perspective http://pinterest.com/dsgran/perspective/
  56. 56. Photography http://pinterest.com/kasplinko/yamamoto/
  57. 57. specialised interests Vintage Czech design
  58. 58. Russian Soviet design
  59. 59. O - circular design starfish embyo. Repinned from Inspiration by Willemien de Villiers Robert Mangold. etceterablog.tumblr.comDixon Baxi.nuit-noir.tumblr.com
  60. 60. Photo source: http://media-cache-ec5.pinterest.com/upload/35888128250976941_smc5kWwm.jpg No, it isn't
  61. 61. What is your focus? Share what you see

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