Archive for April, 2012
This interdisciplinary research network is dedicated to understanding the opportunities and risks for learning afforded by today’s changing media ecology, as well as building new learning environments that support effective learning and educational equity.
Kevin Allocca, YouTube’s trend manager, shares the 4 reasons a video goes viral.
Classroom response system that works with any browser. You can download their iOS app at the link above.
Scott McLeod has started crowd sourcing a list of sites that are reviewing iOS apps. Know of a site evaluating apps? Share it in his Google Doc! Or, check out some of the great resources listed in the Doc.
Need a tool that allows you to create a quick online feedback tool for a classroom lesson or during a presentation? Today’s Meet might meet your needs!
Allows you to create interactive digital ebooks out of regular PDF files.
A great free tool for generating storyboards when planning multimedia projects.
A “Photoshop” like web based application for editing images and digital painting.
…where you can record what you see in nature, meet other nature lovers, and learn about the natural world.
British Pathe is an archive of video and resources covering the most recent history of Great Britain.
Smashing Magazine has a post on a number of free fonts you can download and install in your computer.
Chromebooks are laptops that are running the Google operating system. They are completely cloudbased and all applications and files are stored in the cloud. If you are Google Apps For Education school/district you can manage the ChromeBooks via your administration tools in Google Apps for Education. The following video provides more details: