STORYMAP JS: OVERVIEW
1. Getting Started:
STORYMAP JS: HOW TO GET STARTED (Video tutorial)
2. How to Add a Slide and Image
To use a JPEG image online:
STORYMAP JS: HOW TO ADD AN IMAGE (Video tutorial)
STORYMAP JS: HOW TO ADD A BACKGROUND IMAGE AND COLOR (Video tutorial)
3. How to Add Title, Caption, and Credit
1. Getting Started
Timeline runs on Google templates. In order to use Timeline, you must log onto Google. If you already have a Google account, just make sure to log in or create a Google account. Google also lets you log in using your own email.
TIMELINE JS: HOW TO GET STARTED (Video tutorial)
2. Starting a Timeline
Once you have logged onto Google, you can now get started on your Timeline. Each date you wish to include in your Timeline will appear in this horizontal row. You create these dates in these rows. The more rows you create, the longer you make your timeline.
TIMELINE JS: HOW TO FILL IN ROWS (Video tutorial)
3. Adding More Dates To Your Timeline
TIMELINE JS: HOW TO SHARE AMONG DIFFERENT PROJECTS (Video tutorial)
TIMELINE JS: HOW TO FINALIZE A PROJECT (Video tutorial)
HOW TO USE FLICKR PIC TO TIMELINE JS (Video tutorial)
TIMELINE JS: SHARING (Video tutorial)
TIMELINE JS: HOW TO EMBED AND SHARE (Video tutorial)
What is Creative Commons?
Creative Commons is a nonprofit organization that enables the sharing and use of creativity and knowledge through free legal tools. For more information, go to http://creativecommons.org/about
Creative commons allows you to utilize a wide variety of media such as photos, videos, music, and clip art from a wide variety of sources. You can use the creative commons search query by going to https://search.creativecommons.org.
Why use Creative Commons?
As a contributor to Creative Commons, you are able to create a license for other people to use your work. You may set certain restrictions to the capacity in which your work is used.
As a user of Creative Commons, you may utilize available media within the restrictions set by the creator. Please be aware of the restrictions or exceptions that apply to the media before you use it to make sure that you do not violate the Creative Commons license.
What is Copyright?
Copyright is the exclusive legal right, given to an originator or an assignee to print, publish, perform, film, or record literary, artistic, or musical material, and to authorize others to do the same.
Copyright licenses provide a simple, standardized way to give the public permission to share and use your creative work — on conditions of your choice. CC licenses let you easily change your copyright terms from the default of “all rights reserved” to “some rights reserved.”
What is Public Domain?
Public domain works is content that is not restricted by copyright which means that it is free to use by the public. There are three main categories that Public Domain work falls under:
For more specifics about Public Works, visit the following website
The following websites are places where you can find a wide variety of different Public Domain works:
1. Create an Account:
2. Sign into Your Account:
3. Embed a Photo into Your Post:
If you are embedding a photo into a brand new post:
If you are embedding a photo into a post that you’ve already published:
After selecting the spot for your photo: