How to Add Photos to ^IfMine Projects

Below are four easy ways to add photos to your ^IfMine projects:

1. Add a cover photo.

How to add cover photo to new project ^IfMine

Click “Create” to start a new project on ^IfMine. Add a cover photo by clicking the black box and uploading a photo from your computer. Name your project, add a synopsis, tag it and choose to make your project public or private. Add a Detailed Project Description and save your project.

2. Embed a photo in the Detailed Project Description.

How to add photo to project description from url ^IfMine

Add photos to your project within the Detailed Project Description. Click the photo box and input an image’s URL. Repeat for each photo and save your project.

3. Upload images to your project’s gallery.

How to add photos to ^IfMine project

After a project has been created, you may upload additional photos to your gallery by clicking the plus sign (+).

4. Keep your photos throughout each evolution.

How to keep project photos with new evolution ^IfMine

When it’s time to Evolve your project, check the photo(s) you want to migrate to the next evolution and hit save.

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Blended Learning Infographic

Blended Learning

Created by Knewton and Column Five Media

As technology and education intertwine, platforms are needed to offer students a space to collaborate with peers and seek mentorship, while giving teachers the ability to follow along and guide students to success.

^IfMine is the platform for collaboration and mentorship. Join us.

Collaborative Education: Project-Based Learning

As an online collaboration and mentorship platform, ^IfMine provides educators a space to foster critical thinking allowing students to develop their ideas and learn important lessons about iteration.

Our site is free and functions as an open cloud platform for project-based learning and crowdsourced mentorship. We offer tools for peer collaboration, as well as assessment and professional evaluation.

Read more: ^IfMine Offers Project-Based Learning Tools for the Educational Community

What is project-based learning and how is it different from just doing projects? Take a look at this chart by Amy Mayer of friEdTechnology:

projects vs project-based learning

Are you an educator? Give us a go and integrate our project-based learning tool within your classroom. Visit ^ today.

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