Spotlight: PastPin

Who? What? Where? When? and Why? While these make up a catchy song from┬áSpy Kids, they’re also questions that can get lost when looking at digital images, especially when metadata is missing. PastPin wants to help answer these questions, by tagging the location and time of vintage images on Flickr Commons, with the hope that […]

Annotating Images with Thinglink

Thinglink is a web-based interface that allows users to annotate photos with words, links, and other media in order to create interactive experiences. It can be used in a variety of ways, but here we’ll showcase how you can use Thinglink to make static images come alive. These techniques can be used for classes or […]

How Photoshop Can Help Your Digital Project

Adobe Photoshop CC is a pervasive software that only grows in power and popularity. While learning Photoshop can be daunting, the benefits of learning Photoshop are far-reaching, and not always what you expect. If you are a scholar looking to share your research online, here are a few reasons why learning the basics of Photoshop […]