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The Power of an Image Resource Round Up

A collection of resources to help us as we explore the power of an image in the classroom.

Photography in the Classroom

Our collection of resources from our last session together.

Youth photos capture a panorama of Canadian culture | Toronto Star

Imagine Culture photo contest includes half a dozen GTA winners.

Twitter Inspiration - Tackk

A few sample Photography Assignments 

Mr. Mehrotra's Blog: Hamlet Through Emojis

Amit's exploration with emoji's in his classroom.

Stepan Pruchnicky Tweet: a response to the Always Emoji Campaign

#urbaned elementary school teacher. Seconded to #SWST. Loves #medialiteracy, #studentvoice, meshing old + new-school and the quirks that make us human.

SUMMER MATH PHOTO CHALLENGE 2015

Join the #mathphoto15 challenge! Use the weekly prompts, keep your eyes open,take a photo, and share! [A Project of the #MTBOS]

WODB? Math

Think 'One of these things is not like the other' from Sesame Street. The latest Tweets from WODB? Math (@WODBMath)

Adobe Photoshop Express

Photo editing made fun, fast and easy. Touch your way to better-looking iPhone pictures using slide bar adjustments, or let automatic one-touch fixes do it for you. Share with friends and family via Facebook, Instagram or text/email.

Want to do more with your photos? Try the entire family of Photoshop mobile apps.

Photoshop Mix lets you combine multiple photos into a single image, reduce camera blur and apply Content-Aware Fill. Photoshop Fix is an amazing photo retouching app that lets you fix a wide variety of imperfections in your photos.

If you’re new to Photoshop Express, here are some of the many ways it can help you improve your photos:
• Basics: Crop, straighten, rotate and flip your photos. Remove red-eye and pet-eye.
• Auto-Fix: A one-touch adjustment for contrast, exposure and white balance.
• Blemish removal: Remove spots, dirt and dust from your photos with one touch.
• Corrections: Slide controls for clarity, contrast, exposure, highlights, shadows, temperature, tint and vibrance.
• Looks: Choose from more than 20 eye-catching effects! And control the intensity of Looks.
• Customization: Create and save your own Looks.
• Borders: Add a distinctive personal touch to your photos with 15 borders and frames. Express yourself!
• New image-rendering engine: Improves performance and enables handling of large files, like panoramic photos.
• Raw photo support: Import and edit photos in raw formats.
• Easy sharing, your way: Share on Instagram, Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter and via text messaging.

Create a free Adobe ID and get the Looks Paid Pack and Advanced Features Pack as a reward!!
• The Looks Paid Pack gives your photos fun, fresh looks with 20 additional one-touch filters.*
• The Advanced Features Pack includes:
o Noise Reduction to minimize unwanted grain and speckling in your night photos.
o DeFog to reduce fog and haze from your photos.*

View Adobe's Privacy Policy: http://www.adobe.com/privacy/policy.html

PACK NOTES:

The Advanced Pack, previously called the Noise Reduction Pack, now includes Noise Reduction and DeFog and can be found in the Corrections slider menu. Customers who had the Noise Reduction Pack prior to the 3.4 release will automatically enjoy DeFog.

Photoshop Express is brought to you by Adobe, proud makers of the Photoshop family of products.

Photoshop Express supports the following file formats:

•Photo: JPG, PNG
•Raw files: arw (SONY), cr2 (CANON), crw (CANON), dng, erf (EPSON), raf (FUJI), 3fr & fff (HASSELBLAD), dcr (KODAK), mrw (KONICA), mos (LEAF), rwl (LEICA), nef & nrw (NIKON), orf (OLYMPUS), rw2 (PANASONIC), pef (PENTAX), srw (SAMSUNG)

While we aim to provide support for raw files from the latest camera models from most camera manufacturers, we cannot guarantee universal raw support.

Adobe Post – Create stunning graphics

Adobe Post is a fun and fast way for anyone to create beautiful social graphics. Get started in seconds with professionally designed, eye-catching templates you can tweak in simple steps. Pick a photo, add some text and apply design filters to instantly create stunning designs. Each tap gives you completely new sizes, layouts, color palettes, typography styles and photo filters—no design experience required.

It’s a new way to design - on your iPhone - with Adobe magic, brought to you by the makers of Photoshop and Illustrator. You can now stand out from the crowd and engage your followers with eye-catching Posts. Oh, and did we say it’s free?

WHY YOU’LL LOVE POST:
• Remix Feed of Fresh Designs — Get started in seconds with handcrafted templates made for social sharing. Check back weekly to collect fresh new professional designs

• Design Your Live Photos & Share as Videos — Apply the same Post magic to Live Photos and share them as video or Live Photos

• Preset Graphic Sizes — Create designs that stand out on each social platform

• Design Filters — Transform your text and photo into professional-looking graphics with a single tap



• Magic Text — Resize your text—beautiful typography will be automatically applied on-the-fly

• Design Suggestion Wheel — A completely new way to design—spin to match existing styles or explore new ones

• Auto Resize — Instantly resize your design for social with a single tap

• Auto Recolor — One tap to change the entire color combination of your design to make it pop


• Premium Fonts & Shapes — Curated by graphic designers to fit every occasion

• Free High Quality Photos — Free access to half a million gorgeous, high quality photo directly inside the app

• Saved Projects — Designs are saved automatically so you can tweak and reuse them with new photo and text

• Instant Sharing — Share your Post directly via Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, email, text message, and more. Or save it to your Camera Roll for later

• High Quality Export Resolution — 2560px x 2560px export resolution guarantees crisp and clear graphics for headers, slides, desktop, and more

• iPhone 6s 3D Touch — Use Peek and Pop to quickly preview and remix a template

HERE'S WHAT PEOPLE ARE MAKING:
• Inspirational quotes
• Event invites
• Album covers
• Email newsletter graphics
• Announcement posters
• Business graphics
• Photo captions
• Text on photos
• Social posts for Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest
• Facebook ads
• Social profile headers and covers
• Blog graphics and banners
• Youtube thumbnails
• LinkedIn banners

QUESTIONS OR REQUESTS?
We're listening!

• Twitter: @adobepost
• Facebook: https://facebook.com/adobepost
• Instagram: @adobepost
• Email: hellopost@adobe.com
• UserVoice: https://adobepost.uservoice.com

MORE STORAGE (Optional in-app purchase)
If you need more than your allotted 2GB of Creative Cloud file storage, you have the option of purchasing an additional 20GB for $1.99 (US dollars) a month. The recurring payment is automatically charged to your iTunes account. To stop service, simply go to your account Settings and turn off auto-renew at least 24-hours before the end of your billing period. Prorating is unavailable — when you turn off auto-renew, service will continue until the end of that month’s billing period.

The Fine Print
You must be 13 or older and agree to Adobe’s terms and privacy policy, viewable at http://www.adobe.com/special/misc/privacy.html. Use of Adobe mobile apps and online services requires registration for a free Adobe ID as part of a free, basic level of Creative Cloud membership. Adobe online services require an Internet connection, are not available in all countries or languages, and may be subject to change or discontinuation without notice.

Sketchnoting

A collection of resources on sketchnoting.

Vines and GIFs: The “what” and “how” in class

Short video clips are very popular online. They're being tweeted and shared constantly. Here's what you need to know and how to use them.

A new tool to me! Seene lets you capture, share, and apply 3D content easily and instantly, all on your iOS or Android phone.

Google Cultural Institute

Das Google Cultural Institute ist ein virtuelles Museum, in dem Sie Millionen von Artefakten von verschiedenen Partnern bestaunen und ausführliche Hintergrundinformationen dazu lesen können.

The classroom of the future: We went on a virtual field trip with Google Cardboard

Google I/O was light on new consumer products this year (and by "light," we mean there were none at all), but the company made up for the lack of marquee sizzle with some important under-the-radar innovations. Google's VR strategy is anything but paper-thin.

#peel21st10: Challenge 3 by tina_zita

#peel21st10: Challenge 3 - ThingLink

#peel21st10: Be a Digital Photographer

Looking for more photo ideas for your family? Check out this board. | See more about Scavenger Hunts, Photo Scavenger Hunt and Photography.

Thinglink - Tackk

Create your own interactive images with thinglink, whether it is bringing a graphic organizer to life or using I Think, I See, I wonder with an image. Use their tool online or download the free iPad app or Android app.Check out Thinglink.com/edu...

The Métis Nation / La Nation métisse

As descendants of First Nations and Europeans, citizens of the Métis Nation were related to both groups while not belonging fully to either. Their culture and nationhood were unique and resulted in an otipêyimisowak (independent) identity.

The Métis were a semi-nomadic people, valuing possessions that enabled travel—horses, carts and boats—and guns. These items are some of the things that indicate a Métis presence in historical images. 

See also:

Discover the Collection: Aboriginal Heritage: Métis Nation

Discover the Collection: Aboriginal Heritage

Library and Archives Canada

Hiding in Plain Sight: Discovering the Métis Nation in the Collection of  [blog]

Hiding in Plain Sight: The Métis Nation [podcast]

iTunes

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En tant que descendants des Premières Nations et des Européens, les Métis étaient issus de deux cultures mais n’appartenaient à aucune en particulier. Leur culture unique a donc mené à la création d’une identité indépendante connue comme « otipêyimisowak ». 

Les Métis étaient un peuple nomade qui valorisait les biens leur permettant de voyager comme les chevaux, les carrioles, les bateaux et les fusils. Ces articles ont laissé des traces qui témoignent de la présence des Métis sur les images historiques. 

Voir aussi : 

Découvrez la collection : Patrimoine autochtone : Nation métisse

Découvrez la collection : Patrimoine autochtone 

Un peuple dans l’ombre : À la découverte de la Nation métisse dans la collection de Bibliothèque et Archives Canada
[blogue] 

Un peuple dans l’ombre : La Nation métisse [balado]

iTunes