A picture is worth a thousand words – based on this, infographics would carry hundreds of thousands of words, yet if you let a reader choose between a full-length 1000-word article and an infographic that needs a few scroll-downs, they’d probably...
This afternoon on the Free Technology for Teachers Facebook page someone asked me if I knew of any free tools for creating flashcards. This list is comprised of ten services chosen from the dozens of flashcard services that I've tried over the last seven years. The list is not arranged in any particular order other than the one in which these tools were pulled from my archives.
Active Textbook provides educators with the tools to extend and customize digital learning materials, making them truly engaging for effective learning outcomes. Students can interact with customized content and cooperate with their peers using built-in social learning tools available on a variety of computing devices.
SlideTalk makes it easy to publish, edit and share PowerPoint presentations, business presentations, tutorials, eLearning material, education material and documentation of events as talking presentations, thanks to using high quality text-to-speech and image processing software to hide from you all boring details of creating a talking video, and leaving you free to focus on the creative and pedagogical tasks.
Let's face it. You come across different software and applications that promise you the world but often prove difficult to use or simply fail to deliver. We're changing that with an all-in-one cloud based tool to create awesome content that engages your audience and allows you to convey your messages, thoughts, products and services effectively in a visual and interactive manner.
...Whether a novice with no design and animation knowledge or an experience creative designer or developer looking to more quickly create HTML5 content, Presenter is the perfect choice for you.
Google Apps was in many ways responsible for my Digital Science Notebooks project, an initiative that I feel strongly about and I have written about on previous blogs. My experiment with Digital Science Notebooks this ...
Here’s a common scenario. Someone emails and asks about an elearning tutorial I have on the blog. It’s not always easy to find the specific tutorial buried in a given post. In fact, there are many times I either forgot that I had created that tutorial or I can’t recall where it’s at either. I know. It’s part of getting older.
Today I am going to fix that. I have listed every blog post that has a video tutorial that shows how to create something related to online learning. So, if you’re just getting started with building online learning courses (or new to the blog), now you have a handy resource with links to all sorts of rapid elearning tutorials.
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