Posts Tagged ‘tech_tools’

5th November
2009
written by Tom Banaszewski

Looking for an easy and free way to record a short how-to video? While it’s still in its testing phase, Screencast-o-Matic is a great option for those not wanting to pay for a Pro account with Jing or spend $30 for Camtasia or ScreenFlow (if you are going to spend any money, get Camtasia).


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17th September
2009
written by Tom Banaszewski

There are many free online tools for teachers and students. These are just a few:

Want to try these out without having to sign-up for an account? Log-in with the provided (username, password)

Collaboration Tools

Mindmeister – (sastest@gmail.com, shanghai)

Stixy – (sastest@gmail.com, shanghai)

Wallwisher – (sastest@gmail.com, shanghai)

Slideshare – just click on the “guest” option. Enter “Middle School Math” in the search bar and see your results.

Easy Slideshow and Movie Tools

Animoto – (sastest@gmail.com, shanghai)

xtranormal – (sastest@gmail.com, shanghai)

JayCut – (sastest@gmail.com, shanghai)

Vuvox – (sastest@gmail.com, shanghai)

Joggle – (sastest@gmail.com, shanghai)

dotsub – upload a video and have it translated into any language (sastest, shanghai)

Fun Stuff

Remember the Milk – To Do List that integrates well with many other online tools.

Spell with Flickr – Anything spelled out using individual pictures from around the world!

geoGreeting – use Google Earth images to send a message to someone.


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