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FLIPPED Toolbox. LectureScribe. This website serves as the current distribution point for LectureScribe, a program for easily producing animated "whiteboard lectures" from a tablet PC or electronic whiteboard.


LectureScribe is written by Brian C. Dean, an assistant professor of computer science at Clemson Univeristy. Audio Bug Alert: The latest versions of Adobe's Flash player managed to break the audio playback for LectureScribe-generated files (and also for several other prominent applications, e.g., Camtasia) by making playback sound garbled, with periodic squawks and other artifacts.

I'm not terribly thrilled with Adobe for their reluctance to address this issue in a timely or transparent manner, but in the meantime I've been able to figure out a work-around, which is incorporated into the latest version of LectureScribe. Please let me know if you encounter any further audio issues. Important Note: 26-minute time limit!

On this website, you can find: The LectureScribe program. Best Tablet Pc´s software. Microsoft Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005 Recognizer Pack, add-on for XP that allows international writting recog.IE7Pro, add gestures on Internet Explorer.RitePen, program that recognizes the writting on the screen, it´s a good method to launch programs.PDF Revu, Pdf editor oriented to Tablet Pc´s.

Best Tablet Pc´s software

InScribe, TIP for Tablets.InDoku, Sudoku for Tablet PC´s.PenCommander, program launcher that allows Ink. Autodesk SketchBook Pro, drawing program oriented to Tablet´s SmartDraw, business graphics software that supports Tablets.TabletFlash, program that allows drawing on white cards.MathJournal, MathJournal is an interactive program for the Tablet PC that provides a natural and intuitive environment for solving mathematical and engineering problems. Revelation Natural Art, drawing program for Tablets.Apex Nexus, Mobile Sketching & Data Collection, shareware 199$, Nexus lets you draw directly on your Tablet PC just as you would with pencil and paper. - Collaborate. Create. View and Share. Mooc. Why I Love and Use Learnist (and Why You Should Too)

I love Learnist.

Why I Love and Use Learnist (and Why You Should Too)

I’ve had an account with them since it was in invite-only beta form and now, luckily for everyone, anyone can create an account with their Facebook credentials or with a valid email. What Is Learnist? Learnist allows you to create “learn boards” that are dedicated to a particular topic of choice. For example, I teach Advanced Placement (AP) French through the College Board. The course is divided into six themes. You don’t just have to limit your learn boards to traditionally educational topics. Recently at my school, we’ve started an Online Educational Resources (OER) initiative to reduce spending on print textbooks. Why I Love it! Once you have an account, you can follow people with similar interests, and they can follow you, you can “like” learn boards or individual “learnings” (the individual resources posted on the boards).

Does this sound like Pinterest? Is there an app for that? What can Learnist do for you? Sign up for Learnist at About Franca Gilbert.

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Flipped Classroom. VoiceThread. Home. Patterns: Learning, Thinking, Creating. By Kevin Washburn, on January 10th, 2012 It seems contradictory.

Patterns: Learning, Thinking, Creating

The brain seeks and sees patterns, but when asked to find patterns, many people become uneasy. (Shelley Carson suggests that up to 80% of people find this type of thinking “uncomfortable.”1) This conundrum is the result of effort. When the brain instantly sees a pattern, it seems like a new insight has been sparked. When the brain has to search to find patterns, the rationalization begins. Patterns and the Brain “Patterns” was a major theme at the November Learning and the Brain Conference in Boston. Patterns are the cement of memory. Patterns and Teaching While interesting or even good to know, what do these research-based conclusions about patterns mean for education? Students need to learn how to dig deep and recognize patterns.

Searching for and identifying patterns across disciplines should be a common classroom practice. References Images ’741 – Cogs – Pattern’ Celing’ Create interactive flash tools / games for education.