Image Layout and Editing with Canva

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Canva is a free, online image editor and desktop publishing platform that can be used to create stunning web and print graphics. The simple drag-and-drop interface makes creating presentations, postcards, blog graphics and invites a simple process. Users can take advantage of the free graphics and layouts linked from Canva, upload their own art, or pay for premium art for $1 an image. Files can be exported as high-res printable files, or web-ready graphics.

STARTALK teachers can use Canva to create custom graphics in the target language that can be used on their own, or incorporated into presentations, videos or interactive learning objects. They can also have students use Canva to create content to show mastery of the Presentational communicative mode.

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My First Canva Design (Created by Peng Yu)
نماذج من الفن الاسلامي (Created by Hamed Osman)
Cover for the Field Trip video using Canva (Created by Olga Foster)
Presentation Cover (Created by Aejin Lee)
A Bowl from the Islamic Century (Created by Zeinab Saleh)
Presentation Cover (Created by Jee Eun Lee)
中国 (Created by Yan Xie)
Presentation Cover (Created by Aejin Lee)
Iranian Islamic Art (Created by Sepideh Vistamehr)
Cover Page Using Canva (Created by Heecho Kim)
Art of Islamic World (Created by Farzaneh Kordbacheh)
photo editing (Created by Lily Li)
Cover Picture for Presentation (Created by Te Lai)
Our Visit to the Museum (Created by Ghadir Al-khatib)
A Cover Page of a Presentation in Canva (Created by Lynn Zhao)
Trip to the Art Museum (Created by Yuhsiang Chang)
Day at the Museum Cover Image (Created by Michael Bowen)

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