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Options for Uploading Pictures

How to share photos

There are multiple ways to share your pictures and descriptions of your community with us.
Please complete the informed consent form in addition to sharing your photos. Due to privacy concerns please don't share photos that include people's faces unless you download and fill out and return this model release to wallop@uwyo.edu. All participants must be 18+. 

View our instructional video for more information.


Qualtrics survey

You can fill out this Qualtrics survey, sign the consent form and upload your pictures and descriptions. You may return to the survey and upload more pictures as many times as you like.

Please view the this instructional video for using Qualtrics.


Flickr

Flickr is a photo-sharing platform that  enables user to post photos from nearly any camera phone, or directly from a PC. For more information about the platform, visit the Flickr website. 
 
Detailed instructions for using Flickr on iOS and Android phones, and the desktop application are available by clicking the appropriate link below and download the PDF. 

Due to privacy concerns photos that include people's faces can not be included in the project. 

iOS instructions        Android instructions    Desktop application instructions

 Social Media

Photos can be shared through the Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn platforms through private messaging the Wallop Team or publicly posting and tagging the team. First, find us on Facebook and LinkedIn as “Malcolm Wallop Civic Engagement Program and on  Instagram as wallopcivicengagement. For more information about sharing through social media, download  our Social Media guide.

Email

Participants can email their photos and descriptions to the project team at wallop@uwyo.edu. Please label each of your photos clearly if you attach them such as "Picture 1", "Picture 2" and so on, and then match your descriptions of each photo in the body of your email such as "Picture 1 taken in [your community] represents a barrier/opportunity to education/employment/resilience because..." . Please be aware of email attachment size limits when attaching photos. 

 

Please note: For research purposes, participants in this project must be 18+

Please review and complete the project consent form

Contact Us

Malcolm Wallop Civic Engagement Program

School of Politics, Public Affairs, & International Studies (SPPAIS)

Dept. 3197

1000 E. University Ave.

Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: 307-766-6119

Email: wallop@uwyo.edu

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