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Place your embeddable slideshow in this wiki page.




PICASA WEB ALBUMS DIRECTIONS
To do that, copy the HTML code from the Picasa site and click on the edit button on this page. Then click on the Widget button in the wiki editor and select "other HTML." In the box that appears, paste the HTML code from Picasa. Make sure you have the blinking cursor at the bottom of the page as that is where the pictures will be placed. For additional information click on "How to Embed Slideshow" below this text.

Here is the link to a video on how to embed a picasa web album: http://www.screencast.com/t/fRBZS1T7g9f


FLICKR DIRECTIONS
If you are using Flickr, there are two options.
Option Number One: You need to find and copy the URL of the "set". Then go to http://flickrslidr.com/ ´╗┐and follow the directions to copy the HTML code the site generates for you. Once you have done that click on the edit button on the wiki here, select the Widget button and select "other HTML. Paste the HTML into the window.

Option Number Two: Using the Flickr widget in the wikispaces editor.
On your Flickr page go to the bottom and get the RSS feed link. You can do that by clicking on the little orange icon and copying the URL on the new page that comes up. Then click on the Widget button the wiki editor and select slideshow. Then select Flickr and paste the new URL you just copied into the window provided. Click save. Please separate your embedded images with a horizontal rule. It is the icon with the blue bar inside next to the "link" icon in the edit bar.







Danielle's Pictures





Todd's Pictures from rim to rim Grand Canyon hike last summer.


Ruth's SlideShare
As many of you know, I teach a class on a Virtual Environment known as Second Life. Within this pixelated world, Rah Rehula owns a small shop known to others as "The Happy hat". These are images of items within the shop that have been "blogged" about...and sold!


Pictures of VVL Class Members from different years from the Verde Valley Leadership Flickr site...I am a board member of this group; and since I can access these pictures and don't have any of mine on this site, I thought I would just show you these. They are from various Issue Days when a class delves into a specific issue, such as government or education or environment or regional issues, etc. An Issue Day is wholly unique, taking place in different locations throughout the Verde Valley and Sedona. Each day can include presentations, panels, field trips, group exercises, etc. This is a two-year program and each class must not only attend Issue Days, but also host one or two along with other responsibilities they take on in order to graduate from the program. The mission of the organization is: VVL provides growth opportunities, leadership skills and community issues training, while cultivating diverse, influential networks. For more information, contact www.vvleadership.org. Alex




TENDONS TO BE DETERMINED

My Son's science project was due tomorrow, and he was done, except for some images. "Dad, I need some pictures of tendons."
Obliging, I Googled "tendon and ligament high resolution science" and found a photo linked to a fabulous site, sciencephotolibrary.com, where there are medium resolution (500px) downloads which are watermarked. Their terms forbid use without permission, so I am contacting them in the UK to see if student or teacher use is permitted with remuneration. In the meantime I will post my tendon slideshow here with an eye to "cease and disist" if necessary.

Thatcher








JOANNE'S BIOLOGY FUN.
The plan is to form a collection of photos for fun to make for serious learning.




Trisha's Hiking Class (REC112: Hiking Fitness) We do 8 hikes per semester, in the Sedona area. Our last hike was to Secret Canyon.


Molly and Greg in Flagstaff - 5 feet of snow!
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BMHS Computer Apps, et al.