I used Microsoft OneNote to store my collection for this activity. In my honest opinion, OneNote was the easiest storage-maker(?) to use. When you open the application, up at the top of the page, in big letters, are the options of what you can do within OneNote. Insert a picture, take a picture from your camera, insert a link for a video or audio, and so on. It was just that easy. I mainly used pictures for my collection though. Also, it seems if you downloaded any fonts onto your computer to mess around when using Microsoft apps (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, etc.), they are available to you on OneNote. Sadly, you guys cannot see it unless you have the font in your device too. But, I will attach a picture of what I was seeing as I made my collection!
Sorry about the quality! Happens when you take a picture of a screen. But, yeah, the font is called “Burton’s Nightmare”, which is the font of “The Nightmare Before Christmas”. Awesome movie! Recommend watching it then re-watching it every Halloween and Christmas!
I wish I was introduced to this earlier! It is fun and easy to use! It is not that I am afraid to try new things, but that I am just too comfortable (*lazy*) with stuff I am familiar with. I already have some pages (note sheets?) saved on OneNote to be used to help me with my student-teaching so we can see that I plan on using this app more in the future and, hopefully, for a long time too.
Featured Image: Island of Guam