Edcanvas: Create Your Canvas With Videos And Photos And Share It Online

Edcanvas is a web service that provides you with an online canvas where you can add videos, photos and links to websites. Edcanvas provides integration with many famous services for importing content, such as YouTube, Dropbox, Google Drive, Flickr and others. This canvas can be used for various purposes such as creating an online presentation, sharing your uploaded PowerPoint presentation, for creating educational content for your students to share it with them via the internet and more. The possibilities for which you can use this web service are virtually unlimited.

Edcanvas  The one place to organize, present and share knowledge

To use Edcanvas you will have to either sign up for a new account or you can simply login using your Google or Facebook account.

Sign up for an account

Search And Drag Content To Your Canvas

At Edcanvas you can search for a publicly shared canvas or begin building your own canvas. Edcanvas provides various sources from where you can instantly add content, including Flickr, YouTube, Google, Dropbox and Google Drive. You can even upload your own files so that they may become shareable (via your canvas). Sharing your content is quite easy, just select a service from the buttons on the right (e.g. YouTube), search for required content and drag the file, video, photo or link to your canvas. As you can see from the below screenshot, we searched for a YouTube video and dragged it to a tile to add it to our canvas.

Create Canvas

Drag To Rearrange Tiles

Similarly, you can add anything from files from cloud services or your local computer, pictures from Flickr, videos from YouTube and even website links to your tiles. You can rearrange tiles by dragging them on the canvas. As mentioned earlier, Edcanvas can have great educational value as teachers can create a canvas with useful videos, imagery and links and share it with students. Similarly, students can create a creative canvas and present it to the class or teacher to express ideas. Teachers can even use Edcanvas during a class session to add various types of relevant content to turn Edcanvas into a virtual whiteboard.

Rearrange Tiles

Share Your Canvas Online

After you canvas is complete, you can either keep it private or share it publicly online by using the given embed code, Q.R. code, URL or via the sharing buttons.

Share Canvas Online

Edcanvas Demo Video

To see Edcanvas in action, check out the developers introductory video given below.

To get started with your online canvas, head over to the link given below.

Go to Edcanvas

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