-Pipelight: allow you to make the image brighter or darker than the original.
-Red eye reduction: remove the small yellow circles in the eyes.
-Simplify noise: minimize the appearance of small pixel noise.
-Crop: crop the picture.
-Red Eye: red eye correction.
-Bleach correction: remove the spots from the skin.
-Smudge: bring the color to your liking.
-Split Toning: bring the shadow to the highlight.
-Brightness / Contrast: adjust brightness and contrast.
-Picture rotation: rotate the image by 90, 180, or 270 degrees.
-Color Correction: adjust the colors to your liking.
-Curves: adjust the picture contrast to your liking.
-Dehaze: remove the blur from a haze.
-Shadows: darken the shadows.
-Highlights: make the highlights stronger.
-Sharpen: increase the sharpness of the picture.
-Contrast: change the contrast of the picture.
-Clone: create a duplicate of the selected area of the picture.
-Posterize: create posterize (black and white).
-Sharpening: set the parameters for sharpening.
-Distortion: adjust the image for distortion.
-Effects: add effects to the picture.
-Wave: distort the picture.
-Motion Blur: add a motion blur to the picture.
-Grain: add grain to the picture.
-Hue: change the colors.
-Blur: blur the picture.
-Tint: add a tint to the picture.
-Fade: add a fade to the picture.
-Glare: add a glare to the picture.
-Focus: sharpen the picture.
-Blur, Tint, Fade, Glare, Sharpening, Motion Blur, Grain, Hue, Distortion: enable or disable the selected effect.
-Snap: set a crop to the picture.
-Perspective: change the picture for a different angle.
-Twirl: rotate the picture.
-Draw: draw a vector on the picture.
-Liquify: create a liquified effect.
-Warp: apply a warp effect.
-Photo Filter: add a photo filter.
-Picture Cleanup: remove unwanted elements from the picture.
-Picture Template: set the color of the picture as eea19f52d2
Math lessons for the 6th, the 7th, and the 8th grade.
Guided practice with instructions videos.
Several exercises per topic.
Video lessons with instructions, black rectangles, and positive and negative hints.
Buying & Best Practices
Chapter 8 – The Buyers Guide for Educators
In this chapter, buyers learn how to identify potential problems when buying an e-book or digital textbook, and how to reduce risks when buying one.
– digital textbook
– education buyers
– educational buyers guide
– buying guide
– buying guide for educators
This chapter will help buyers avoid potential pitfalls when buying an e-book or digital textbook. The chapter will be structured as a buyer guide, providing suggestions that can help readers find the e-books and digital textbooks that best meet their needs, as well as avoid purchasing items that will only bring them frustration and disappointment.
Although e-books are becoming very popular among teachers and students, many buyers don’t know how to find the best digital textbooks or e-books available on the market. This chapter will provide educators, parents, students, and others interested in e-books and digital textbooks with the information they need to identify potential problems when buying e-books and digital textbooks.
Before purchasing an e-book or digital textbook, be sure to take the time to learn about the following:
– the basic information about the product, the company that developed it, and its history
– the platform and features of the product
– how the product is priced
– what content is available in the product
– how the product is licensed (open access, subscriptions, etc.)
– the availability of the product and whether it will be available in the future
– whether the product is compatible with your device
When buying an e-book or digital textbook, try to avoid these potential problems:
o Not knowing enough about the e-book or digital textbook and how to use it
o Not understanding how the product works and what it can do
o Purchasing a product that the company doesn’t offer or only provides in a limited way
o Not having a clear understanding of the content the product provides
o Thinking that the product is a cheaper version of a standard textbook (this is not always the case)