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Photo Sharing

Page history last edited by PBworks 13 years, 2 months ago

 

Photo Sharing

 

 

Description

Photo sharing sites allow users to upload their digital photos to the web for archiving and viewing by others over the Internet.

 

Uses and Potential Benefits

An easy way for an organization to provide access to photos, or to find photos on a specific topic.  Some sites allow users to create community scrapbooks allowing archiving or preserving memories of particular events.  Example: a foundation might hold a conference for grantees of an initiative, and document the event through a series of photos posted as a scrapbook on the web.

 

Examples of the Tool (Not exhaustive or vetted)

www.flickr.com

www.scrapblog.com

 

References/Articles/Examples from Nonprofits and Foundations

Being Prepared to Blog and Photoshare for Disasters

Npflickr: Flickr as Nonprofit Documentation Tool

 

Real Time or Time Independent?

Time Independent

 

Can Start Small and Expand?

Yes

 

Time/Cost to Implement?

Low

 

Time/Cost to Maintain

Low

 

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