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Create Resource Pin

Create Resource Pin

Resource Pins currently support PDFDOC, and XLS; JPEG, GIF, PNG, or BMP (or any other image format that your browser supports). You may be able to upload other (proprietary) file types; however, we can't guarantee an optimal user experience.

Create a Resource Pin Through Bookmarklet

Pin Resource

First install the Resource Pin Bookmarklet.

When you are exploring other websites, click the pin resource bookmarklet to save the pin in your Mastery Connect account.  

Select Image

Choose the image to represent the pin you are adding and click on Pin It.

Select Pin Details

Select the Resource Board, subject, core, class and standard.

Click the Pin It button.

View Pin

The Pin is now in your My Pins. 

Create a Resource Pin from Computer or Website 

Add Resource Pin

Add Resource Pin

Click on Pins, then click on Add Resource Pin.

You can upload a file from your computer or enter a web address to create a pin. Click Choose File and select a file to upload from your computer or copy and paste the web address URL. Click Find Images to locate an image to pin from the document or web page.

Select Pin Details

Select Pin Details

Click the arrows on the image to select the image you want to pin. Select from the drop-down menus to pin to your board or curriculum maps and the standards it aligns to. When you've entered all the information, click Pin It to create the pin. Your pin will then be available for others in the community to pin and use.

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