Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: Awesome Free Templates for Creating Educational Magazines, Brochures and Newspapers The popular Lucidpress platform has this library featuring a number of excellent free templates to use for a variety of educational (as well as business) purposes. Templates are already pre-designed and you don’t have to do any formatting, you simply plug in your content to get the look you are looking for in a matter of few clicks. Templates are divided into multiple categories.Under ‘filter by category’ tab you can pick one of the following categories and browse through the selection it has: banners, brochures, business cards, ebooks, flyers, invitations, lesson plans, magazines, newsletters, pamphlets, posters, reports, and resumes. Every template comes with a short explanatory description stating, among other things, the features it provides. To use any of these templates you will have either to provide your email address or sign up with Google.
Pricing - beamium.com Choose your Beamium version. Basic Share your documents and present live on the smart devices of your audience. No Login needed. Presentations will be deleted automatically after 14 days. How to Use Pixiclip to Create Instructional Videos Pixiclip is a free tool for creating simple instructional videos. I featured it in the Practical Ed Tech newsletter a couple of weeks ago and a handful of people replied to me with questions about it. To answer those questions I recorded the video that is embedded below. A few things to note about Pixiclip before you start using it. First, it seems to have some problems recording correctly on Surface Pro tablets.
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Mikogo In the past, those who would seek to present an idea or project to another would usually have to get an easel and place drawings or posters as the presentation tools. Alternatively, they might have had a projector featuring many different photographs on a group of slides to present on a screen. Since computers have become more commonplace, however, new presentation software has been developed to offer greater convenience to the presenters of the world. Adobe Spark Now Lets You Insert Videos into Your Videos Adobe Spark is one of my favorite new tools to 2016. In fact, I like it so much that I now feature it in my workshops and webinars about creating videos in the classroom. Today, Adobe Spark got even better by adding the ability for users to insert video clips into their video projects. Prior to today's update Adobe Spark videos could only include pictures, text, music, and spoken words. Essentially, you were creating audio slideshows.
Here Is A Great Tool for Creating Engaging Infographics and Presentations November 25, 2016 The popular Visme has recently introduced a number of interesting features that make it even much more easier to create professionally looking infographics and presentations without the need for any design knowledge. Although Visme is mainly used to create engaging presentations, infographics, web banners and short animations, the possibilities it affords are endless.Bloggers are using it to create static graphics or interactive presentations and infographics to support otherwise boring text content and increase engagement with their audiences. Educators and students are using it to improve communication on various topics. Users can start from a preset of professional templates or start from a blank canvas and create their own content, fully personalized to their specific needs.
5 Tools Students Can Use to Create Music Online Online music creation tools can be used by students to make music to use in projects like podcasts and videos. Students can also use online music creation tools to experiment with rhythms and sounds to learn how music is made. The following free tools can be used for either of those purposes.Soundtrap is a fantastic tool for creating music online. The cool thing about Soundtrap is that students can use virtual instruments to create music or they can record themselves playing music on an instrument and then use that recording in conjunction with the virtual instruments in the Soundtrap environment. What makes Soundtrap stand-out from the crowd is its collaboration options.
projeqted - dynamic presentations for the classroom Real-time presentations with dynamic slides. Create a presentation once, and it updates everywhere instantaneously. With Projeqt, students can access, share, create and review their work from anywhere, at anytime.