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Comparison Topics

Photo Sharing

(1) What kind of tool or resource are you thinking of focusing on?
Photo Sharing

(2) How is this tool useful to college students?
Students can share images in order to use the images in collaborative projects such as Powerpoint Presentations.

(3) How will you limit your selection of tools? Some aspects you might use to limit your selection include cost, platform (Mac or Windows), availability (web-based vs. downloadable), and so on.
We will limit the selection of tools to only free and web-based.

(4) What criteria might you focus on as you test the tool? Criteria might include ease of use, flexibility, potential uses, and so on.
The criteria we will focus on are ease of use and quick loading times, and ease of sharing photos.

(5) What process might you use to test the tool? In other words, what will you plan to do in order to see how the tool works and how it measures up against your testing criteria?
We will test the tool by uploading photos/images onto the different programs and adding them to Powerpoint Presentations.

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