26 October 2015 Vidigami 3.4.1.6 Release Notes

2015-10-23T20:49:52+00:00

Overview The Vidigami 3.4.1.6 release extends collaborative tagging of photos in the Vidigami system.  What's Changed All users may now tag any registered student, staff or faculty within a school. Users were only permitted to tag faces within their grade or affiliated groups. All users may now see the first name of all tagged faces. Users were only able to view names of tagged faces within their grade or affiliated groups. Upon hover, only the first name of tagged students, staff and faculty will be displayed on-screen to students and families. Full names of tagged students, staff and faculty [...]

26 October 2015 Vidigami 3.4.1.6 Release Notes2015-10-23T20:49:52+00:00

Back to School: The Year of the Photo

2015-08-27T15:37:39+00:00

While students are snapping away their last days of summer holidays, parents and teachers are eagerly prepping for back to school – new uniforms, lesson plans, sports teams, concerts and oh so much more. Never-opened textbooks and fresh classrooms await; a new chapter is about to begin. Exciting times and new experiences call for memories to be captured and shared. Only for students in 2015, every day is a new experience and every moment can be captured. Documenting every day life is now the norm, something both parents and students participate in and expect others to partake and share on a [...]

Back to School: The Year of the Photo2015-08-27T15:37:39+00:00

Pirates, Science, and the Occasional Musical: How Munira Murphy Uses Vidigami to Document Her St. George’s Students’ World

2014-03-05T03:44:46+00:00

Photography can make a world of difference when it comes to engaging students and families. For one educator, Vidigami has provided a vital connection between students and the broader school community. Munira Murphy teaches art, drama, and math at St. George’s School in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. And she’s been an avid Vidigami photo-sharer since her school adopted the technology last year. “I’ve always taken a ton of pictures,” says Murphy. Before Vidigami, Murphy never “had a place to do anything with those pictures,” other than “occasionally sharing them…[in] an update email once or twice a term.” Her photo-curation efforts were [...]

Pirates, Science, and the Occasional Musical: How Munira Murphy Uses Vidigami to Document Her St. George’s Students’ World2014-03-05T03:44:46+00:00