Category Archives: Online tools
If you’d like to give some new software a free whirl, here are three great opportunities. Scapple for Windows Literature and Latte, the maker of Scrivener, has released a beta version of a Windows program called Scapple. Scapple is desktop … Continue reading
A new website called Narrable offers some interesting possibilities for storytelling. Narrable is an online service that allows you to load photographs into a horizontal slider and then add voice narration to each photo. Viewers can scroll through the photos … Continue reading
Today’s Meet Allows you to create a back channel for sharing comments during a presentation, meeting or class. _____________________________________________________________ Trello For sharing and collaborating on projects. _____________________________________________________________
Google Swiffy Convert .swf files to html5. ________________________________________________ OnlineConvert.com For audio, video, images, documents, ebooks and other formats. ________________________________________________
Top 100 Tools for Learning 2012 From the Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies.
Build Your Own Adobe Creative Suite with Free and Cheap Software A good list of tools from Lifehacker. ——————————————————————————————-
I started using Evernote earlier this year, and it has quickly turned into an essential tool for my research and teaching. It’s an easy way to take notes, and it allows you to clip web articles and store them in … Continue reading