Web 2.0 Tools
EdWorldSarah Joined: 14 Jul 2011 Posts: 24
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Some of you might have noticed that EdReach is focused on sharing tools this week.
Posted by Shelly Terrell on Tuesday, December 6th 2011
When it comes to mobile learning there are loads of great sites for apps for kids and teachers. Everything from apps organized by Revised Bloom’s Taxonomy to apps organized by grade level and subject area.
As mobile learning becomes more and more prevalent, we must find effective ways to leverage mobile tools in the classroom. As always, the tool must fit the need.
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As a designer and general lover of software and technology, I am always looking for new ways to make my life easier.
This has also been posted at my Web 2.0 blog - Edtechtoolbox - some of these tools are cross platform.
Combing through the basic functions and features of a list of tools I’ve become aware of, to select some for further testing. Over the course of the week, the list of Screencasting tools that have been recommended to me , or that I’ve otherwise learned of, has grown to a dozen. I have a goal of trying identify a free tool or set of tools to use to create stand alone tutorials by combining screen images and screen motion with audio. I would also like to have some editing capabilities, so I could combine multiple captures and rearrange the order of these pieces if needed, and to be able to re-record audio annotation if possible. I would also like to have screen annotation capabilities, at least for the screen captures.