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History Pin

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on 9 October 2013

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Transcript of History Pin

There are three main ways to use historypin: explore it, add to it, and curating it.
History Pin
Classroom uses:
How to use?
Login using Google, Facebook, or Twitter account. (Required)
Users can upload old photos, videos, and audio and create a pin. This pin is placed on a map and can be searched by location and/or by date.
The website is difficult to navigate because there is a lot to explore.
Explore Historypin
Explore Collections
Explore Tours
Pin a Photo
Edit your profile
Create a tour
Create a collection

How to videos available online at:
What is it?
Users can compare the way the world looks today to how it looked in the past in a street view.
There is a wide range of pins from all across the world with stories behind the pictures to give insight about other cultures.
Users can mark their favorite pins from other users and use them in their own collections or tours
Pins in other countries can be displayed in the native language and are not translated on the website.
Get students involved locally by interviewing people with older pictures. Students conduct an interview to find out the history and the stories that come with the photo and add it to historypin to share with others.
Create a collection or tour to record events in history as a project.
Use the pin of the day as a daily activity to start discussions in the classroom.
Use the map to find historical events in specific locations.
You must have a Google, Facebook, or Twitter account in order to use website.
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