for Government What is Assembl? Assembl is an online application that enables hundreds or even thousands of people to work together effectively on the definition of new ideas. The application supports the belief that with the proper conditions, people working together can think smarter than any one member of the group could alone. There are two key factors for the creation of collective intelligence: Thinglink Tutorials Tagging tools bring images to life # Upload, tag, share and manage your interactive images across different platforms In addition to normal links, you can tag your images and videos with these rich media contents Engage with interactive video# Tag and share videos from YouTube or Brightcove Copy & paste video URL and start tagging You can tag your images and videos with these rich media contentsAccess directly from your ThingLink profile Only available for teacher and not added students
DROPitTOme - Yes Future Une Utopie Comme il existe une encyclopédie du savoir général pourquoi n’émerge pas une encyclopédie de la compréhension des problèmes du monde et des solutions à mettre en place ? Yes Future est une utopie. Une utopie pour faire du web l’espace où s’invente collectivement le monde. Presentation Ideas As more and more Haiku Deck users work with the app for selling products or representing their company’s vision, the need for slides to showcase a company’s brand identity with logos and custom background colors has become a top request. Beginning today, iPad users can update Haiku Deck to version 3.3, and web app users can sign in to haikudeck.com, to give these awesome new features a try. Here’s how they work: Creating a Logo Slide
Articulate - E-Learning Software and Authoring Tools Qu'est-ce que whyboOk ? Le projet de l'association de loi 1901 whyboOk est de faire émerger un site internet de dialogue entre les citoyens se posant des questions (les “moOtons”) et les décideurs politiques et économiques (les “Grands Décideurs”). Ce site est construit pour une utilisation en trois temps : Question | Réponse | Evaluation, permettant à tous les citoyens d'interpeller les responsables politiques et économiques sur leurs actions, décisions ou engagements. Avec whyboOk.org, nous souhaitons proposer une réponse simple et non violente à un problème complexe de plus en plus pesant. Le 1er site internet indépendant permettant aux citoyens, "les moOtons ", de poser des questions aux décideurs politiques et économiques, "les Grands Décideurs", sur leurs actions, décisions et engagements.
Great Infographic Making Tools for Teachers 1- Visual.ly This is my favorite tool. It helps you easily create awesome infographics using pre-designed templates. It also lets you create an infographic out of any Twitter Hashtag provided you are signed in which you can do using your Twitter account. 2-Easel.ly 5 Tech Tool Combinations for Taking Your Class Global Few students in the United States today have any memory of a time before the Internet. With a world of interactions (both good and bad) a mere click away, it is crucial to prepare our students for a connected existence that values respect, awareness, and collaboration with others from diverse backgrounds – in essence, to make truly global citizens. How can it be done? By harnessing the power and design of many familiar apps and websites, teachers can bring this global diversity and collaboration into their classrooms. In fact, by simply pairing a few tried and true tools with new or more obscure apps, you can deftly combine curriculum-based and global learning. Let’s take a look at a few online application pairings that will help your students learn how to communicate on a global scale in multiple modalities while building their 21st century technology skills.
What Technology Does What: An #edtech Chart For Teachers What Technology Does What: The Ultimate #edtech Chart For Teachers by TeachThought Staff Okay, we’ve had this post half-finished for long enough that some of the apps we had here are no longer relevant, so we figured it was probably time to go ahead and publish it even if we couldn’t figure out the best way to format it. This is what we hope will be an ongoing collection of the most effective ways to use technology in the classroom. We’d like to see it crowdsourced, so we may convert it to a public document/wiki-type file at some point. Webtools: No Registration Needed for Students Image courtesy of OZinOH Welcome to my list of webtools that don’t require student registration. This started off as a simple curation for myself and has ballooned into something that I never thought would get this big. And it is still growing. I started added comments to each link, but that is taking a long time to complete. Please bear with me as I update it.
Explore The Educational Potential of Wikipedia with These Excellent Extensions November 26, 2015 Wikipedia is absolutely an invaluable source of information and represents the epitome of a democratized ‘digital knowledge society’ where every individual has their share in knowledge construction. As we have always argued here, the educational strength of wikipedia lies in its referencing capabilities in that it provides learners with important links to start off their research journey. While students are always required to use their discretion when reading different edits on Wikipedia, the reference sections prove to be so helpful in directing students towards key works and reads to build their lead. To help students make the best of their wikipedia browsing, we have curated the list below comprising some very good Chrome extensions to use on Wikipedia. Check them out and see which ones stand out for you. Enjoy
10 Must Have iPad Apps for Librarians October 25, 2015 As requested by some of our readers here in EdTech and mLearning, we went ahead and curated the list below comprising some of the best iPad apps for librarians. We have particularly focused on apps that enable librarians to search for, access, manage and read journal articles and some note taking and referencing apps. Additionally, we would also highly recommend Nicole Hennig's book ‘Apps for Librarians: Using the Best Mobile Technology to Educate, Create, and Engage’ which covers in more details over 100 Android and iPad apps for librarians. Library Scientist has also this great list of apps to check out. 1- Penultimate
Pearltrees- A Very Good Tool for Organizing, Bookmarking and Sharing Web Content November 14, 2015 Pearltrees is a wonderful social bookmarking and curation tool. Students can use it to curate and organize web content into collections and sub-collections that they can share with others. They can add links, URLs, notes, PDFs, files, docs, photos and arrange them into a digital library to access anywhere they are with Internet connection and across different devices. Over the years, Pearltrees has added a number of interesting features that make it one of the best curation web tools out there.