How does the Academy use Flickr?
Staten Island Academy uses Flickr to house Head Shots, the online photo blog of Diane Hulse, Head of School. Each week, Mrs. Hulse takes a photo that best encapsulates the spirit of the school that week. She uploads it to Flickr, and it automatically displays on our public and private sites. You can get an RSS feed of Head Shots by clicking here.
Why would I want to visit your Flickr page?
See all of Mrs. Hulse’s photographs on the Academy Flickr page. Mrs. Hulse is an avid painter and photographer, and they’re really great photos. If you see something you like, you can download it. Head Shots gives you a great idea of what’s happening at the Academy week-by-week. If you don’t want to visit the Flickr page, you can see Mrs. Hulse’s photo blog on our site by clicking here.
How do you I use Flickr?
Thankfully, Yahoo! provides a ton of instructions if you would like to create a Flickr account for yourself. All you have to do, though, to see the Academy’s Flickr page is click here.
How do I learn more? Click here.
Who manages the Flickr page at school?
The school’s Flickr page is managed by Caroline Crane '83, Manager of Institutional Communications.
Flickr allows its users to “tag” each photo with a set of keywords that you can then search for if, say, you are looking for a photo of something specific.