Specific Event Details
Seems that everyone is a photographer these days. We use our smartphones, our tablets, and even some people even use cameras. With the ease of taking pictures, we find ourselves with a new concern. How do we manage, save and share these pictures? This program will introduce you to photo sharing services that are available from companies such as Google, Apple, facebook and flickr (among others) and how to organize them for easy retrieval. We will look at ways organize, backup and share pictures with friends and family. We will also explore how images are found by others (using tags or search terms), if you want to share more broadly. This could be the perfect session if you want to do something with all those pictures on your phone or clogging up your SD card!
Presenter: Corey Seeman (Director, Kresge Library Services, Ross School of Business - University of Michigan)
This event is in person only, and will not be recorded.
Photography & Accessibility Information
At times, the Library may take photos at Library events for historical and/or promotional purposes. If you have a need to not be captured in such photos, please advise the event planner prior to attending.
Individuals with disabilities requiring auxiliary aids or services, who are planning to attend Library programs or meetings, should notify the Library Director, Shauna Anderson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 734-453-0750 ext. 218. Reasonable advance notice is required.