Pixlr, a free image-editing tool, is a great way to engage students by having them create and contextualize images in literature, culture, and language classes at all levels from BLP to graduate. Student projects might include modifying images to represent main characters in texts or films. How about a “Pinterest” page for Don Quixote? An illustrated family tree for the Buendia Family (100 Years of Solitude) or the illustrated diary of Gregor Samsa’s very bad day?
The free Pixlr editor (https://pixlr.com/editor/) includes all the basic functions of expensive Adobe Photoshop. You/your students can easily crop, recolor, add and remove text, and otherwise editing existing images–or draw your own.