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# [https://sites.google.com/ Google Sites] — Create your own website/wiki. ([https://sites.google.com/xula.edu/catfd/home example])
 
# [https://sites.google.com/ Google Sites] — Create your own website/wiki. ([https://sites.google.com/xula.edu/catfd/home example])
 
# [https://pixabay.com/ Pixabay] — Repository of royalty-free images.
 
# [https://pixabay.com/ Pixabay] — Repository of royalty-free images.
# [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.
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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, and includes interactive tools to build your own lessons. ([https://ed.ted.com/lessons/why-haven-t-we-cured-arthritis-kaitlyn-sadtler-and-heather-j-faust example])
 
# [https://socrative.com/ Socrative] — Easy-to-build assessments with real-time results. (see also [http://www.polleverywhere.com/ Poll Everywhere])
 
# [https://socrative.com/ Socrative] — Easy-to-build assessments with real-time results. (see also [http://www.polleverywhere.com/ Poll Everywhere])
 
# [https://quizlet.com/ Quizlet] — Make and find study tools (flash cards etc.) ([http://quizlet.com/_1dwe0 example])
 
# [https://quizlet.com/ Quizlet] — Make and find study tools (flash cards etc.) ([http://quizlet.com/_1dwe0 example])

Latest revision as of 20:30, 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of links was compiled in support of the 2019 workshop Ethical and Efficient Digital Technology and is maintained as a historical document; over time, many of these links will die, become outmoded, or may even be hijacked by malicious parties.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, and includes interactive tools to build your own lessons. (example)
  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