Additional Resources

Digital Images

  1. Looking for instructional support resources such as images, audio, video, and more that are unblocked by most filters? Check out the MISDIT Instructional Resources page.
  2. Here are some additional sites where you can get FREE photos to use for projects:
    Freepik
    Photos for class
    Stockfree Images
    Public Domain Photo Database
    Public Domain Photos
    Public Domain Images
  3. The 2018 Social Media Image Sizes Guide is an incredible resources that explains what the best image sizes are for each social network and the image types to use. Every major social media platform is listed on here so you’re up-to-date with social media platform optimization.
  4. PicMonkeyLunapic  and Canva  are also great photo editing and accessorizing sites.
  5. Try BigHugeLabs  for a site to make posters, jigsaws, badges, etc.
  6. Sites to create a digital slideshow: Kizoa, Smilebox, Animoto, Photosnack.
  7. Another site to resize digital images - Picresize.
  8. Additional avatar sites: Wimpyourself and Doppelme.
  9. Find 3-D images at this site.
  10. Use Canva, Easel.ly, or Piktochart  to create online posters and infographics.
  11. Use Bing for the Classroom for adfree and safe searching of images for projects. Your school may sign up with Microsoft Bing for this service
  12. Check out Fotojet a free online collage maker that enables users to quickly create amazing photo cards, collages and posters without the hassles of downloading or installing anything.
  13. Meme Generator - An online Meme generator. Create your own or view the large library of Memes.
  14. IMG Flip - easy to use Meme generator
  15. Scholastic has neat activities for students to help improve their photos
    Angles Around Us: Activity to support units on angle types and measurements
    Every Picture Tells a Story: Activity to support units on narrative writing and character, setting, and plot development

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iPads In Action showcases the photo app for the iOS platform for Photo Editing.