Mammalogy Class Pictures

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*you must be a member of the class (or at least a friend of Kurt's)
 
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*if you want, provide captions for the photographs (make sure you give me enough info to be able to put match the captions with the photos)
 
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Revision as of 14:53, 15 November 2011

WHAT IS THIS PAGE?


LINK TO MAMMALOGY CLASS PAGE (EEB 3254/5254)

This page is an extension of the mammalogy class page (see link above). It serves as a place where mammal- and class-relevant images can be posted, including pictures from the class field trip to the Bronx Zoo, people and personal mammal encounters.

HOW TO GET YOUR PICTURE POSTED HERE



  • you must be a member of the class (or at least a friend of Kurt's)

  • send your picture by email to Kurt (kurt.schwenk@uconn.edu)

  • if you have multiple images or large files, put them in a folder with an appropriate name, compress the folder (right click on it for compression option) and send the compressed file to the UConn 'drop box': DROP BOX - this will be faster if you do it from campus. Once uploaded, the drop box will provide with you a link where the file can be retrieved - EMAIL THE LINK TO KURT

  • if you want, provide captions for the photographs (make sure you give me enough info to be able to put match the captions with the photos)



PICTURES!


Mammalogy class at the Bronx Zoo, 10 Nov. 2011
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