Danielle Degelman

Tech Tools

Some of my favourite tools from ECMP 355…to be used for future teaching experiences. Thanks Alec!

  • WordPress–blogging tool
  • Blogger–another blogging tool
  • Wikispaces–create organized web pages
  • Wikipedia–collaborative online encyclopedia
  • Google–search for anything on the web
  • Google Reader–keep up with your favourite websites
  • Google Docs–create and collaborate on the web
  • Google Search Stories–create a video about your searches
  • Google Maps–look for directions from A to Z
  • Google Earth–explore the 3D world from anywhere
  • YouTube–watch your favourite videos instantly
  • Flickr–share and search for photos
  • Screenr–screencasting tool (5 min max)
  • Jing–another screencasting tool
  • JayCut–edit videos online
  • Diigo–bookmark and highlight your favourite websites
  • Delicious–bookmark your favourite websites and share with others
  • Zotero–collect and organize your research sources
  • bit.ly–URL shortening tool
  • Twitter–communicate with people all over the world (140 character limit)
  • Elluminate–attend online conferences and presentations
  • Prezi–create eye-catching, zooming presentations
  • SlideShare–view and share presentations on the web
  • Skype–communicate with anyone in the world
  • Animoto–create slideshows with your photos, videos, and music clips
  • GoAnimate–create cartoons easily and instantly
  • Pixton–create comics and cartoons online
  • ToonDoo–world’s fastest cartoon creator
  • Storybird–collaborative storytelling tool
  • Sketchcast–draw and record at the same time
  • Voicethread–online conversation tool
  • Wordle–create online word clouds
  • Aviary–online photo-editing tool
  • SecondLife–create your own avatars and virtual worlds
  • Voki–create speaking avatars to get information across
  • Bubbl.us–online brainstorming tool
  • Dipity–create and share digital timelines on the web
  • Playlist–create and share your favourite music online
  • Glogster–create personalized posters online
  • Zooburst–create and tell stories with digital pop-up books

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