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    Images for teaching

    I teach photography(small rural town) and am looking for images to project or is it powerpoint presentation? to the student on either a white wall or on a large presentation monitor(computer). I am looking to do this via the internet. Having been brought up on slides-i dont know where to begin resourcing the images, and how, for lecture. Can someone offer some advice? Thank you.

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    I am in a similar situation. I use powerpoints. Images gathered online using something called snagit (?) and also images scanned from books. I also show youtube videos, usually 3-4 minute segments of documentaries. It is enough to give my students a taste of what is out there.
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    Gather all your links, and your images in ~800 pix size, jpeg or gif, and sit down with an experienced powerpoint user. You'll see that it goes very quickly and is very easy.
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    You can also round up images searching a term via Google and then 'View Images'. Brings up all kinds of related images and diagrams.
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    thank you for your help.



 

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