Cool web 2.0 tools for educational use
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Collect, Organize, Share. iGoogle. Brainstorming and Mind Mapping Software. Make a Mind Map Online! - Mindomo. Concept Maps, Network Diagrams and Workflows - Easy...Free...3-D - Simple Mapper. Popular web tools that can be embedded into posts, pages or added to text widgets in sidebars -Edublogs Help and Support. There’s a gazillion cool online tools nowadays and many provide code that you can use to embed what you’ve found or created into your blog posts, pages or added to text widgets in your blog sidebar.
Refer to the following instructions to embed: Below’s a list of tools to get you started: VotApedia - Audience Response by Mobile Phone. Educationalwikis - home. Home. Home. Simplebooklet.com. E-learning tools and resources for schools and education.
Tagxedo - Word Cloud with Styles. Free Online Word Cloud Generator. iPad App Guide #1: Evernote | TPACK iPads in Schools. What it does Evernote for iPad is a cross-platform app for recalling / remembering information.
You can use this app to save website screenshots, notes, pictures, and audio comments; which are instantly synchronised between your computer, mobile device, and web Evernote account. Diigo - Web Highlighter and Sticky Notes, Online Bookmarking and Annotation, Personal Learning Network. Diagrams « Digital Tools for Students. Mind Maps can help you organise your thoughts, on JCU Study Skills Online you can read about mind maps and watch a video by Tony Buzan who has published many books on the subject.
The University of Hull has produced this very impressive collection of diagrams on learning. To create mind maps one of the simplest tools to use is Bubbl.us. This training video shows you how to use Bubbl.us SpicyNodes can be used by students of any age (with parent / guardian permission). This easy to use site presents just a few nodes at once so information can be clearly presented. Mind Mapping. Polling tools event. Introduction In this recorded session we took a look at if, and how, we use/have used e-polling or surveys.
The idea for this session was triggered when I used a poll in the overview for last week’s Serendipity and wondered about the different polling and survey tools that people use.