This project will guide you through adding images and existing videos to your IA projects.

Adding a Teacher Tube video to your project || Adding a You Tube video to your project || Adding a Picture to your project

To add a Teacher Tube video to your site:

  • go to Teacher Tube
  • Search for what you want
  • then grab the "Embed" code

  • Highlight the information and then copy (ctrl or apple c) and then paste (ctrl or apple v) that into your project.
    like this:

    and you get this:




To add a You Tube to your project:

  • Go to the site and find a video
  • then grab the "Embed" code:


  • Highlight the information and then copy (ctrl or apple c) and then paste (ctrl or apple v) that into your project.
    like this:

    and you get this:



Adding an image is more difficult.

  • Please don't like directly from the site the image is found on to your IA project.
  • Instead you'll need to link to it from web space you have already.
  • This is easy, Google has a service called Picasa that allows you to link images from. It is similar to Flickr, if you are familiar with Flickr.
  • The following will guide you through using Picasa


To use Picasa:

  • If you don't have a google account you will need to create one, which is free. Go to: Picasa and sign up for an account.
  • If you do have a google or Gmail account you can just go to "Photos" which is either in your top left menu bar or under "more".
  • Once you are in Picasa you can upload pictures directly into your account on the web:

  • After you have uploaded pictures you can then link to them in the IA.
    Now it is very similar to embedding a video:

    1. Locate the picture you want to upload and click on it
    2. On the right side of your screen you'll see an option to "Link to this photo"

    3. Click on that

    4. Decide on the size you want it to be: thumbnail, small, medium,or large
    5. Then highlight the "Embed" code and copy (ctrl or apple v) it.
    6. Then, edit your IA project and place the picture in your IA project where you want it to go, like this:


      and you get this:





This is complicated, but once you get it down it can be easy and make your projects even better!