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''This list of links was compiled in support of the 2019 workshop [https://cat.xula.edu/events/?id=01878 Ethical and Efficient Digital Technology] and is maintained as a historical document; over time, many of these links will die, become outmoded, or may even be hijacked by malicious parties. Proceed at your own risk.''
 
''This list of links was compiled in support of the 2019 workshop [https://cat.xula.edu/events/?id=01878 Ethical and Efficient Digital Technology] and is maintained as a historical document; over time, many of these links will die, become outmoded, or may even be hijacked by malicious parties. Proceed at your own risk.''
 
   
 
   
# [http://www.educreations.com/ Educreations] — Recordable interactive whiteboard. Captures voice and handwriting/drawing to produce movies. Especially nice as an app on a tablet but can be used via web browser. ([http://www.educreations.com/lesson/view/five-dots/5088264/ example])
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# [https://www.educreations.com/ Educreations] — Recordable interactive whiteboard. Captures voice and handwriting/drawing to produce movies. Especially nice as an app on a tablet but can be used via web browser. ([http://www.educreations.com/lesson/view/five-dots/5088264/ example])
# [http://www.timetoast.com/ Timetoast] — Build (and find) interactive timelines. ([http://www.timetoast.com/timelines/nasa-space-program example])
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# [https://www.timetoast.com/ Timetoast] — Build (and find) interactive timelines. ([http://www.timetoast.com/timelines/nasa-space-program example])
# [http://splasho.com/upgoer5/ Up-Goer Five Text Editor]— Can you explain a hard idea using only the ten hundred most used words?
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# [https://splasho.com/upgoer5/ Up-Goer Five Text Editor]— Can you explain a hard idea using only the ten hundred most used words?
# [http://sites.google.com/ Google Sites] — Create your own website/wiki. ([https://sites.google.com/xula.edu/catfd/home example])
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# [https://sites.google.com/ Google Sites] — Create your own website/wiki. ([https://sites.google.com/xula.edu/catfd/home example])
# [http://compfight.com/ Compfight] — Search tool that makes it easy to find Flickr photos, including those licensed for re-use.
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# [https://pixabay.com/ Pixabay] — Repository of royalty-free images.
# [http://youtube.com/ YouTube] — Everybody knows about YouTube, but did you know about their [http://www.youtube.com/education Education Channel]? [http://ed.ted.com/ TED-Ed] is like the Education Channel but even more highly curated.
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# [https://youtube.com/ YouTube] — Everybody knows about YouTube, but did you know about their [http://www.youtube.com/education Education Channel]? [http://ed.ted.com/ TED-Ed] is like the Education Channel but even more highly curated.
# [http://socrative.com/ Socrative] — Easy-to-build assessments with real-time results. (see also [http://www.polleverywhere.com/ Poll Everywhere])
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# [https://socrative.com/ Socrative] — Easy-to-build assessments with real-time results. (see also [http://www.polleverywhere.com/ Poll Everywhere])
# [http://quizlet.com/ Quizlet] — Make and find study tools (flash cards etc.) ([http://quizlet.com/_1dwe0 example])
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# [https://quizlet.com/ Quizlet] — Make and find study tools (flash cards etc.) ([http://quizlet.com/_1dwe0 example])
# [http://www.livebinders.com/ LiveBinder] — Like a three-ring binder for web pages. ([http://www.livebinders.com/play/play/777031 example])
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# [https://www.livebinders.com/ LiveBinder] — Like a three-ring binder for web pages. ([https://www.livebinders.com/b/2583867 example])
# [http://www.mindmeister.com/ MindMeister] — Collaborative mind mapping. ([http://www.mindmeister.com/56757692/a-world-without-email-email-is-where-knowledge-goes-to-die example])
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# [https://www.mindmeister.com/ MindMeister] — Collaborative mind mapping. ([http://www.mindmeister.com/56757692/a-world-without-email-email-is-where-knowledge-goes-to-die example])
# [http://www.makebeliefscomix.com/ MakeBeliefComix] — Create your own comic strips. ([http://www.flickr.com/photos/xulacat/8450773931/ example])
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# [https://www.makebeliefscomix.com/ MakeBeliefComix] — Create your own comic strips. ([http://www.flickr.com/photos/xulacat/8450773931/ example])
# [http://www.diigo.com/ Diigo] — Bookmarks on steroids. Allows you to highlight and add sticky notes to web pages. ([https://www.diigo.com/bookmark/http%3A%2F%2Fcat.xula.edu?tab=people&uname=editor_b example])
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# [https://www.diigo.com/ Diigo] — Bookmarks on steroids. Allows you to highlight and add sticky notes to web pages. ([https://www.diigo.com/bookmark/http%3A%2F%2Fcat.xula.edu?tab=people&uname=editor_b example])
  
 
See also: The Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies' [http://c4lpt.co.uk/top100tools/ Top 100 Tools for Learning]
 
See also: The Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies' [http://c4lpt.co.uk/top100tools/ Top 100 Tools for Learning]

Revision as of 20:24, 19 November 2019

This list of links was compiled in support of the 2019 workshop Ethical and Efficient Digital Technology and is maintained as a historical document; over time, many of these links will die, become outmoded, or may even be hijacked by malicious parties. Proceed at your own risk.

  1. Educreations — Recordable interactive whiteboard. Captures voice and handwriting/drawing to produce movies. Especially nice as an app on a tablet but can be used via web browser. (example)
  2. Timetoast — Build (and find) interactive timelines. (example)
  3. Up-Goer Five Text Editor— Can you explain a hard idea using only the ten hundred most used words?
  4. Google Sites — Create your own website/wiki. (example)
  5. Pixabay — Repository of royalty-free images.
  6. YouTube — Everybody knows about YouTube, but did you know about their Education Channel? TED-Ed is like the Education Channel but even more highly curated.
  7. Socrative — Easy-to-build assessments with real-time results. (see also Poll Everywhere)
  8. Quizlet — Make and find study tools (flash cards etc.) (example)
  9. LiveBinder — Like a three-ring binder for web pages. (example)
  10. MindMeister — Collaborative mind mapping. (example)
  11. MakeBeliefComix — Create your own comic strips. (example)
  12. Diigo — Bookmarks on steroids. Allows you to highlight and add sticky notes to web pages. (example)

See also: The Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies' Top 100 Tools for Learning