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John Dalziel's insight:
Simple Surface is another tool for learners to use to create webs and mind maps to...
- plan creative stories,
- draft outlines for research reports, or
- diagram a set of concepts they're trying to connect.
Learners could also use Simple Surface as a storyboard tool to plan video projects.
In their words " Plan smarter and faster"
Realtime Board is a tool for hosting online, collaborative brainstorming sessions.
Realtime Board provides a blank grid on which users can...
Created boards can be shared publicly or privately.
To help users communicate, Realtime Board has a chat function built into every board.
Use Realtime Board...
Another tool for practitioners and/or learners to enhance collaboration.
Vyew allows Learning Providers to meet and share content in real-time or anytime. Upload images, files, documents and videos into a room; users can access and contribute at anytime.
I found it easy to set up and use – the FREE version – unlimited use with up to 10 people. The catch? It's advert supported - I didn't find the adverts intrusive.
Conferencing features:– whiteboarding, video conferencing, screen sharing, Voice-over-IP.Collaboration features. The continuous rooms are saved and always-on.
Want to encourage people to learn collaboratively, a skill much needed in the 21st century education?
Yes! Then take a look at these collaborative whiteboards.
There are many whiteboard tools available, each one having different features and providing different services.
This post, a result of some research, provides a list that practitioners can use...
Learners can work simultaneously on a certain project with everyone drawing, sketching, scribbling, and adding their touch to the final work.
They can also save their whiteboard and refer back to it when needed.
Educreations can be used to deliver short lessons to learners and/or to have learners develop and share short presentations with each other and their practitioners.
What is it?
Completed lessons/presentations can be shared directly with others or made public on the Educreations website.