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Digital Cameras in the Classroom: A Teacher's Guide

Magazine article MultiMedia Schools

Digital Cameras in the Classroom: A Teacher's Guide

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Digital Cameras in the Classroom:A Teacher's Guide by Merle Marsh and Diane S. Kendall. Children's Software Press, 720 Kuhlman Road, Houston, TX 77024 [http://www.childsoftpress.com]. 2000. 23 pp. Booklet, $4.

Individual use of digital cameras is becoming more and more popular. Now digital cameras are finding their way into the classroom as a teaching tool. This short guide for teachers explains how to use digital cameras to personalize student projects and to add to instructional assignments by putting photos in e-mails, Web pages, student reports, newsletters, and much more.

As a matter of fact, I got my first digital camera for Christmas and I can attest to the fun and ease of use for creating photographic images and downloading them to a computer or even playing them on a television.

The booklet's first part explores ways to use digital cameras and cautions teachers to think beyond merely printing pictures. …

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