Follow these instructions...
Step 1) Create a Pinterest account @ http://www.pinterest.com/
Step 2) Start a Pinterest board (example: Canvas course assets)
Step 3) Using Google Chrome web browser, go to the > add extension Pin It Button
Step 4) While searching the world wide web, right click on an image to Pin It
Step 5) Once you pin a new image, you can see that new image appear in your Pinterest account on the Pinterest board you created previously
Step 6) Click on the Pinterest board where you want to access the new image you pinned > click on the new image > right click that image > Copy Image URL
Step 7) Go to the Canvas course you want to design > click on the page you are wanting to design > use the Rich Content Editor (RCE) Embed Image tool
Step 8) Use the Image Source option to paste Image URL and
...you will now see your pinned image in Canvas!
font Example website > (search fonts > type in word(s) > right click > Pin It)
button creation Example website > (create button > Pin It)
Google Image Example Search "arrow icons" >
* Note: sometimes when you click on an image in Google Search, you will also need to click on the
button in order to right click and Pin It to your Pinterest board.
* Note: some images may be too small to Pin to Pinterest. In such cases, you can also use a "public folder" in DropBox to save such images to and
to complete Step 6 above.
Here are some example images brought into Canvas and how they can be laid out:
Use engaging images and photos:
Allow for images, buttons, icons, or photos to be linked to other content within or outside of Canvas:
Study this problem carefully
Feel free to pin the images you see on this page to your own Pinterest account and/or follow
on Pinterest for access to many many more such images. Follow here: Course Design Assets http://www.pinterest.com/coursedesignr/
Practice linking (
Link to URL) images, icons, etc to assignments, pages, modules, and more that you want your students to follow as part of the teaching process and learning experience. Example: Students, please start this course...
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