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I was able to do it last year with iOS6.  The trick was that photos needed
to rotated in the camera roll first because you couldn't rotate them in
KidBlog.  Also, make sure that Safari has access to your photos.

Edith Fogarty

On Wednesday, October 9, 2013, Matthew Allen wrote:

> Hello!
>
> I'm working with some teachers on creating kindergarten and first grade
> e-portfolios. At this time, we're looking at KidBlog or EduBlogger as
> possible tools.
>
> We're currently playing around with KidBlog, but we're having an issue
> with posting images from iPads. Is there a trick to this that I'm
> forgetting? (In the past, I've used KidBlog with my own students, and this
> never was an issue.)
>
> Any help will be greatly appreciated.
> Thanks!
>
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> Matt Allen
> Innovation Specialist
> St. Albans City School
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> Einstein
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Edith Fogarty
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Bradford Elementary School
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