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Universal Design for Learning: Multiple means of representation, of expression, of engagement
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Mobile Studying & Online Flashcards on Smartphones

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Students use smartphones to study more, and more efficiently.


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Universally Designing Learning for ALL: Helping Students Become Organized Through a Text?

Over the past year, there has been a huge emphasis on using cell phones in the classroom across the country. Students are using cell phone aps to take quizzes, answer questions in class, and even practice their vocabulary. More and more emphasis in the world of Web2.0 is going to Apps. Sites like Edmodo have created Apps and features to catch up! 

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Whiteboard - Touch. Draw. Share.

Whiteboard - Touch. Draw. Share. | UDL & ICT in education | Scoop.it

A Web Whiteboard is touch-friendly whiteboard app that lets you use your computer, tablet or smartphone to easily draw sketches, collaborate with others and share them with the world. Works on all modern browsers, no installation needed.

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Study flashcards online or mobile. The flashcard software. CoboCards

Study flashcards online or mobile. The flashcard software. CoboCards | UDL & ICT in education | Scoop.it

Study flashcards online or mobile on iPhone/Android with CoboCards. Pass exams. Pro features include unlimited flashcards, Leitner, folders and many more.

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QR voice

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Text-to-speech lets you automatically have a voice read pieces of text, and sharing the converted speech means you do not have to read out the text yourself. Normally to share the converted speech you have to electronically send somebody the speech file. But using a service called QR Voice, you can conveniently and quickly send anybody a speech file that has been converted from text, as a QR code. QR Voice provides an interesting angle on the regular QR codes that have been doing the rounds recently. QR voice encodes a given text message into QR code that once scanned by a QR scanner smartphone application reproduces the message with a synthesized voice.

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A Tale of Two Worlds: Old School, New School... Infographic

A Tale of Two Worlds: Old School, New School... Infographic | UDL & ICT in education | Scoop.it

When was the last time you put your hands on a tape recorder? How about a slide projector or an overhead projector? Unless you’re stuck in some type of time warp, it’s probably been a while. In this age of technology, which allows us to do just about everything on our smartphones or online — from online shopping to online learning — these tools may seem like they’re from eons ago.

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