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- 1. Instagram Tutorial By: Taylor Bruer, Chelsea Miller, and Ashley Williams
2. What is this tutorial about? Thistutorial is about how to use a photography web 2.0 application on the internet and on any smart phone. It is considered web 2.0 because there is no cost, users are able to communicate through comments back and forth as if they were talking face to face, and because users are able to tag other users in photos so that more than one person is involved. 3. Step 1 Inthe App Store, download the Instagram app. 4. Step 2 Wait for the app to download. Then click open. 5. Step 3 Then after this create a username and password. You have the option to invite Facebook friends. You must type in a valid email and your name in the provided slots. Then click done. You may also add a picture by clicking the edit button under the word account. 6. Step 4 Clickyes if it is correct. 7. Step 5 Youcan also find friends from your contacts. 8. Step 6How to follow people: You can click on the star icon to search people/users or hashtags. Once you find a user click on their name and go to their profile and click follow. The icon with turn green and say following. 9. Step 7To add a picture to your feed. Click on the camera Icon. Add a picture from your photos. Choose a filter that you like. Next you can tag people in the photo so there will be more than one person involved in the photo. Click done and the photo will appear on your feed. 10. Step 8 Youcan comment on a picture back and forth to communicate with people in real time. 11. Step 9 Toreopen and perform the tasks above, just click on the Instagram app on your home screen! 12. How can it be used in Education? Thiscan be used to take pictures of whatever you are going over in class and comment back and forth talking about it. Youcould also do a picture scavenger hunt exercise. Have the students find pictures of certain things and post them to a class Instagram feed. 13. Pros and Cons Pros: Thisis a simple social networking site, so it is easy to use and little room for confusion. Cons: Becausethis is simple, it is hard to have many different assignments and it might not be able to work with all lesson plans or subjects.