In the 1989 movie, Field of Dreams, farmer Ray Kinsella, played by Kevin Costner, follows the directions of a mysterious voice to construct a baseball diamond in his cornfield. He hears a voice whisper, “If you build it, he will come.” Ray builds the baseball diamond, and the greatest heroes of his past come to play.
Similar to Ray, many yearbook advisers and their staffs create a yearbook in the hopes that students and parents will come to buy and appreciate the end result.
Imagine students at your school participating in online media sharing. Not just at home, but on school time using school computers, and the administration not only condoning it, but participating.
There is no need to imagine — that reality is here with ClassScene, which will allow students to create a social network of photos and videos in an environment where schools can verify the identities of all network participants, as well as review and control all media files published to the network.
Students are online all the time – in online communities such as MySpace and Facebook, emailing or chatting, and sharing images and videos from camera phones. Now, ClassScene by Walsworth allows students to do those activities within the safety of their school-sponsored ClassScene website.