Posted on November 30th, 2012 by Mickie.
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Have you ever used .gifs? GIFS or Graphic Interchange Formats are little repeating image files that make a few still images look a little like a movie! They are sometimes interesting and artistic…
and sometimes ridiculous and silly…
But I think they are really fun! That brings me to our challenge. I offer you…the Holiday .GIF Giving Storytelling Challenge. I challenge you to re-tell your favorite holiday story using GIFS to accent the story telling...like this example that I made where I retell Olive the Other Reindeer by Vivian Walsh. Do you like how I made with the funny?
Ok. So here is how it works…
After you find the .GIFs you like, copy the URL for it and put it in your story. Just like you grab a URL for a picture to send to a friend or post to Facebook–if you can do that you can do this. Want a tutorial for how to do that? Check this one out. Still not sure? E-mail me (firstname.lastname@example.org) or stop into the library to see me and I’ll help you out!
Happy GIF giving!
Comment on December 5th, 2012.
afro-dancer is awesome.
Comment on December 6th, 2012.
I know, right!?
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