Create a GIF that explains a process or concept

The repetitive nature of GIFs makes them excellent for demonstrating a process or series of activities. This short video shows a copy/paste on an iPad:   A simple technique is to create a series of images, and to link them together one after another in a gif: There are two recommended tools, but each has a disadvantage: – is powerful and easy to use. You can make GIFs from images, videos, or online videos such as YouTube. (If you more… »

Use the form below to add a resource to the Create a GIF that explains a process or concept challenge.

Enter a title that describes that will make it stand out in a list of other responses.
Enter the URL for the resource you are describing and test the link to make sure it works.

0 words used of 80 word limit
Separate each tag a comma
Enter your name or however you wish to be credited for sharing this resource
Enter your email address; it is never displayed publicly, and is only used if we need to contact you to fix your entry.
Enter the twitter name (including the "@" symbol) of the person authoring this form so the site can keep track of all your shared resources. To credit other people add their twitter name to the "Tags" field.
Update your entered information and let us verify that it is is entered correctly.
Optionally generate a preview. If the body content does not change after edits, try clicking "Update" agan.
Once every thing looks perfect, submit this resource to the site.