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Raj Dhingra is a twenty-year veteran of the technology industry with an extensive track record of building strong, sustainable and profitable industry leader...
With Quickdraw you can create a short-lived poll or listand tweet it to your followers to get answers fast.
This is a handy tool for anyone using Twitter with their students. You can create a quick poll and tweet it to your followers along with a time restriction for answers.
“Scoot & Doodle, a social creativity site that blends the video conferencing capabilities of Skype with the playfulness of Draw Something.”
altro utilizzo funzionale degli scarabocchi in chiave social!
Scoot y Doole un sitio de creatividad.
MediaCore’s powerful media library provides schools, higher ed institutions and businesses with an easy way to share and manage their educational content.
This looks like a great way for schools to host video and build learning around it. There is also a plugin for Moodle making it easier to import in video.
Technology is changing how we learn
EDU Libs provides documents, papers and essays for university and school research.
This looks like a useful place to search for and share educational documents and articles. there are even some classroom worksheets.
Looks like a useful resource for student research. Thinking about project-based learning.
Free digital magazine creation platform. Add images, photos, videos, animations and audio. Customize and publish for desktop and mobile devices.
Looks like and interesting tool.
Looks excellent for a literacy based activity!
Glossi - Free digital magazine creation platform.
MOVIECLIPS.com has movie trailers, previews, behind the scenes clips of old, new and upcoming films. Find videos of your favorite actors, actresses, scenes or watch clips of movies by producer, director or cast.
Great clips to use in class or in some sort of lesson someplace else like ESLvideo.com
Great to use with ESLVIDEO.com
I'm always asked by academics about the copyright implications...
Creativity and education expert Sir Ken Robinson delivered two amazingly popular TED Talks prior to 2013. His first talk—presented sans multimedia in the true Sir Ken Robinson style — was made in 2006 and is the most viewed TED talk...
Andrew Essex combines mobile phones, the language of youth, with education, the necessity of future generations. TEDxSudeste, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Visit: h...
After capturing, its time for our bubble-builder in the cloud to do its magic. State-of-the-art computer vision turns your raw video into a seamless immersive bubble.
This looks like a fascinating app to use for student projects. It captures a 360 degree video and converts it into a spherical image with sound.
Haven't had a chance to use it yet but this looks fantastic. Imagine outdoor ed students capturing their sites and sharing them with this system. A step up to your stunning panorama photos Jules! What about a virtual tour inside our chapel? Over to you now to come up with other uses, or just ask your students.
AppShed Academy delivers key organisational tools that enable teachers to turn app development into a compelling teaching methodology. Anchor students’ creativity into the heart of your lessons and manage and channel their aspirations with confidence.
Looks like this company has delivered on the great idea of making the creation of apps accessible to all. They have an education focus. I look forward to sitting down and doing some serious testing with this. Great implications for project based teaching and engagement. In library, learning commons and across campus.
Looks interesting. I wonder how it compares to AppInventor from MIT. http://www.appinventor.org/
From Nik Peachey's "Commercial Software and Apps for Learning" -- but this one is free for students and teachers.
I'm interested in how many apps there now are to help students program their own content into games. Another step toward gamification. Also, most of these apps are cross-platform, iWorld and Android.
Easyclass is the new technology for teachers and students which simplifies materials, assignments, tests, grades, discussions and calendar.
Here's another digital classroom management tool which may be worth trying.
As far back as 1999, a group of visionary LEGO product developers and engineers started thinking about letting people design their own LEGO products. They imagined people of all ages, anywhere in the world, being able create any design they could dream up – using an intuitive, free tool for digital design.
This looks really great. A great tool to get your students designing in 3D. The link here is to the Windows version, but if you want a Mac version there is one here: http://ldd.lego.com/en-gb/download/
The social network to find books, publish your own, create shelves and spread ideas.
This looks like a great tool for publishing student work or getting started on an ebook project.
Not only must our students find evidence, they must also judge the quality of that evidence! Take away: Judging the quality of information is at the top of the list! (Research!)
This is a really useful one! glad the top one is "judging quality of information"
Before today, imitation was the greatest form of flattery. If your idea was good enough to be copied, then you were golden. But now, with the state of the web in our lives, this balance is shifting.