Practical Ed Tech Tip of the Week – Creating Interactive Collages

PicCollage is one of my favorite Android and iPad apps. It is a free that allows you to quickly arrange pictures, video, text, and stickers into collages. From the app you can share your collage to Google Drive, Instagram, Facebook, Dropbox, and many other file sharing services. In the video below I demonstrate how to use it without creating a PicCollage account.

One of my favorite ways to use PicCollage is to use ThingLink to turn them into interactive collages. ThingLink is a free service available as an iPad app and as a browser-based tool. The video below demonstrates that process.

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