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Print Screen Capture Software with Special Effects, Annotation Tools and support for Windows 7, Vista and XP Alpha Transparency (Translucency). Create Annotated High-Fidelity Screen Shots... in Minutes, not Hours ! Make Your Screen Shots Stand Out, Impress Your Audience Have you ever wondered how to create screenshots such as this or this ? Most screen capture programs are fine if you just want to take an image of what's on your screen to include in your document or presentation. So you want to support Maths learning with an iPad? iPad apps Published on April 10th, 2012 | by Mark Anderson When thinking about using an iPad to support learning, it is important to remember that the iPad supports learning.

Content-based image retrieval General scheme of content-based image retrieval Content-based image retrieval (CBIR), also known as query by image content (QBIC) and content-based visual information retrieval (CBVIR) is the application of computer vision techniques to the image retrieval problem, that is, the problem of searching for digital images in large databases (see this survey[1] for a recent scientific overview of the CBIR field). Content-based image retrieval is opposed to traditional concept-based approaches (see concept-based image indexing).

Excellent Google Docs Resource Google Docs is one of my favorite resources for myself, other teachers, and students. I use it constantly and when I share it with other teachers, friends, or my students, they are usually impressed and start using it too. There are tons of features and functions in Google Docs that make using it extremely useful and effective as an educational tool. The fact that it's free, online, and collaborative make it great for students. Word Processing, Presentations, Forms, Drawings, and Spreadsheets. Google keeps adding more features too.

Educational AppTalk Weighs In Educational App Talk Weighs In. This post features FREE App recommendations from the Ed App Talk community. Last week’s post, Even More Fabulous Free Apps, was a great segue into Ed App Talk’s Thursday evening discussion about what free apps our members were using and would highly recommend. We felt it only fair to share! Here is the short list: 100 Best Free Photography Tools on the Web Just as technology has changed the way we get news, entertainment, and communicate, it has also changed photography. Becoming a shutterbug is now easier and cheaper than ever. Things like wasted images, film developing, and expensive editing are now a thing of the past. All you need to begin or encourage love of photography is a camera, something to shoot, and the 100 best free photography tools on the web. They can help you do everything from choose your equipment to display your impressive work like a pro. Best Photography Sites on the Web

Bloom's Taxonomy and ICT Tools I have just organised for my student teachers a Learning Activity involving Learning Styles and ICTs. In researching for this lecture, I came across this wonderful material about Bloom's Taxonomy and ICT Tools. This same material was reported in Tech&Learning in a simplified manner as "Bloom's Taxonomy Blooms Digitally" - it is set out in a very tidy manner. I love the fact that so many of the Web 2.0 Tools are Free or Open Source Software [FOSS] - this is great news for teachers!

8 Websites to Create Animated GIF Online The cool parts of using online services to create animated gif is that you won’t have to download and install any software, and the process of creation is generally simplified. The common things you do when you create animated gif online is simply selecting your pictures, upload them, pick a size and speed, and then click a button to get it done. That’s it. If you’ve been wondering which online services you should use to create animated gif, then here you are the list of the good ones that worth your time. All of them are free and you don’t have to register to use the provided features. GIFninja Category:Free photo software This is a category of articles relating to photo software which can be freely used, copied, studied, modified, and redistributed by everyone that obtains a copy: "free software" or "open source software". Typically, this means software which is distributed with a free software license, and whose source code is available to anyone who receives a copy of the software. Subcategories This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total.

Photo Management: Which Tool Is Right for You? In the age of affordable DSLRs, Instagram and ubiquitous photo-sharing on Facebook and other social networks, we're taking more photos than ever before. The downside of taking all of these images is keeping them in order: There are over 18GB of photos on my iPhone alone and trying to figure out where a photo is from, when it was taken and what version is the best can be a complicated and stressful process. Fortunately, there are a number of great photo management apps for Mac and PC that make the process of organizing, sharing and processing your digital images a snap. Comparison of image viewers This article presents a comparison of image viewers and image organizers which can be used for image viewing. General information[edit] Note 1: Adobe Bridge comes included in the price with the Adobe Creative Suite CS2, Adobe Production Studio and Photoshop Elements 4 for Mac OS X. Adobe Bridge cannot be purchased separately, but Photoshop Elements is available from Adobe Systems for 70 USD, and Photoshop is available for 400 USD.

Image viewer An image viewer or image browser is a computer program that can display stored graphical images; it can often handle various graphics file formats. Such software usually renders the image according to properties of the display such as color depth, display resolution, and color profile. Although one may use a full-featured bitmap graphics editor (such as Photoshop or the GIMP or the StylePix) as an image viewer, these have many editing functionalities which are not needed for just viewing images, and therefore usually start rather slowly. Also, most viewers have functionalities that editors usually lack, such as stepping through all the images in a directory (possibly as a slideshow). Image viewers give maximal flexibility to the user by providing a direct view of the directory structure available on a hard disk. Features[edit]

Image organizer An image organizer or image management application is application software focused on organizing digital images.[1][2] Image organizers represent one kind of desktop organizer software applications. Common image organizers features[edit] Not so common, or differentiating features[edit]

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