At memplai.com, our goal is to provide our customers with an easy and useful environment to collaborate with your friends and family to create fun and exciting video clips. We aim to give you all the tools you need to create lasting memories in a medium that makes it easy to share with your social network.
In our site, you are in charge of your own production, we allow you to create your own virtual work space, which we call Video Projects. You can create projects, invite the people that you would like to participate, create as many videos as you want by using our online video editors.
In a recent post I shared here a few days ago, I featured a list of three good text to speech tools for teachers. Today, I am sharing with you another list of handy tools but this time it is the other way around: speech to text. These tools will enable you to transcribe oral speech into text which you can then copy and use anywhere you want.
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Expresso is a practical tool to analyze, edit and compare text styles in English. It is built on top of Python Natural Language Toolkit package by Mikhail Panko, a PhD student in computational neuroscience and high-tech enthusiast.
Eva relates her experiences and challenges technology wise before she discovered Google Drive and how she is using Google Apps now in her classroom. She also shared additional apps to help extend the functionality of her Google Apps account that she has found very helpful.
Here are the Top 100 Tools for Learning 2013 – the results of the 7th Annual Learning Tools Survey. The list was compiled by Jane Hart from the votes of 500+ learning professionals from 48 countries worldwide.
“A learning tool is a tool for your own personal or professional learning or one you use for teaching or training.”
Visual thinking is a way to organize your thoughts and improve your ability to think and communicate. It’s a way to expand your range and capacity by going beyond the linear world of the written word, list and spreadsheet, and entering the non-linear world of complex spacial relationships, networks, maps and diagram.