Siftr Lets Students Create Collaborative Image Bank for Learning

Siftr screenshot "Wisconsin animals active in winter"


Collect images in the field with simple, collaborative app 

Pros: Large groups can create interactive maps using a variety of devices.

Cons: Teachers will need to think twice about privacy protections before using geotagging with students.

Bottom Line: An easy way to crowdsource location-based data. 

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