Icon Archive - Search 582,534 free icons, desktop icons, download icons, social icons, xp icons, vista icons Learning through ICT Resources. Thematic Units, Lesson Plans, Rich Topics, Educational Links and Favourites (Favorites-Bookmarks). One to One laptops Photo Effects and Photo Editing with One Click - BeFunky.com Super Book of Web Tools for Educators The Best Free Stock Image Resources on the Web Update – we launched Pablo a new tool to create beautiful images for your social media posts in under 30 seconds You can use Pablo right from the get-go, no need to login or create an account. Just quickly create amazing images super fast. You can try out the first version of Pablo right now – no login required. Just head to and give it a try! We’d love to hear your thoughts about Pablo on Twitter, just hit us up @buffer and hope it makes creating images for your social media posts much easier for you. Ok, back to the blogpost! Here on the Buffer blog, we think a lot about visual content. We’ve shared our own study on the importance of images in Twitter posts for more social sharing. But there’s one question we get asked quite often: Where can you find free, good quality images that are cleared to use for your blog posts or social media content? It’s a question with a lot of different answers and caveats. What is Creative Commons? What is public domain? 1.) 2.) 3.)
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Mary Fran's Getting Started with Google Sites Because your site is stored "in the cloud," it is available from any device that can access the internet, and from anywhere in the world an intenet connection is available. Why use Google Sites? It's free.It's easy to create. If you can enter text, you are on your way to creating a webpage.You can collaborate with others in creating and editing content.It is integrated with other Google tools so you can easily share video, photos, presentations, and calendars.Your site is searchable using Google Search technology. All versions of your pages are saved. Teachers can use Google Sites to: Create a class webpage. Students can use Google Sites to: Create a portfolio of their personal work.Collaborate with students around the world to share ideas, create content, and communicate ideas. Examples of how teachers and students are using Google Sites can be found in the sidebar under Examples of Google Sites.
VanGoYourself | Recreate artworks with your friends The Top 27 Free Tools to collaborate, hold discussions, and Backchannel with Students 1- ChannelME ChannelME is a great web tool. It allows its users to browse a particular website simultaneously. They are able to look at the same content of a web page with friends in real time and even chat with each other . 2- Search Team It allows its users to search in small teams and collaborate to find the best search results. 3- Mind42 Mind42 is a great collaborative mind mapping tool . 4-Entri Entri is a free collaborative tool for writing and sharing documents . 5- Bounce It is “ a little application that lets people quickly add feedback to any webpage and toss that back and forth with other people” . 6-Wiggio Wiggio makes group work much more easier as its easy and straightforward design provides everything you need to work productively in your groups. 7-My Simple Surface My Simple Surface is a very simple online whiteboard. 8- Hackpad This is a tool to develop collaborative note-taking and writing outlines. 9- Synchtube Synchtube is a great free service for watching videos. 16- Dweeber
Google Earth Across the Curriculum Many teachers hear "Google Earth" and think it's only something that social studies teachers can use. But, in fact Google Earth can be used across the curriculum. I put together this quick-start guide to introduce teachers to the basics of using Google Earth across the curriculum. This is part of a much larger document that I am developing. View the guide in Yudu magazine form.Click to launch the full edition in a new window Self Publishing with Yudu Update: The first time I uploaded to DocStoc it got marked as Copyright and was blocking downloads. Update #2: I've had a couple of people ask and I'm sure that more people will want to know too if they can embed the document into their school and personal blogs/ websites/ wikis.
Presentation Design Tips - How to Make Text Look Exciting by Adam Noar When you are creating a PowerPoint presentation and want it to look as snazzy as possible, there is a lot you can do to make your slides shine with the brightness and glory of a thousand suns. You can add beautiful background textures, have perfectly complimentary fonts, or avoid the hassle of doing it yourself and just buy a ready-made template from the get-go. Even so, if you are not careful your text can look boring. Another way to make your presentation slides look spiffy (and certainly not boring) is to change up the way you add text to a picture. Here are ten clever and easy to implement presentation design tips for mixing up your text display and maximizing your PowerPoint potential. 1. Sometimes it can be a good idea to play around with the perspective in your slide—keeping your text front and center in the foreground all the time can get a bit stale. 2. In this image example you see a slightly different version to this same approach. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.
50 Free Collaboration Tools That Are Awesome for Education April 7th, 2010 Whether you are looking for tools that can bring a distance education class together or tools to help students and teachers in traditional classrooms working on group projects, the following collaboration tools will help with any need. From group papers to file sharing to group communication, the following tools will help bring any educational group together seamlessly to produce awesome results. Group Projects and Papers When working on group projects or research papers, these tools make collaboration a breeze. Nicenet. Discussion Groups and Communication Don’t let a little thing like distance stop your group or class from communicating. MemberHub. Research, Note Taking, and File Sharing Share your research, notetaking, and files with these great tools. CiteULike. Social Networking Social networking provides an opportunity for students and teachers to connect beyond the classroom walls in new and innovative ways. ePals. Wikis and Blogs Wikispaces. Task Management
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