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  • Twitter

    Twitter

    Twitter is an American microblogging and social networking service on which users post and interact with messages known as “tweets”. Registered users can post, like, and retweet tweets, but unregistered users can only read them. Users access Twitter through its website interface or its mobile-device application software (“app”), though the service could also be accessed via SMS before April 2020. Tweets were…

  • Google Sites

    Google Sites

    Google Sites is a structured wiki- and Web page-creation tool offered by Google as part of the G Suite productivity suite. The goal of Google Sites is for anyone to be able to create a team-oriented site where multiple people can collaborate and share files.   Google Sites   Sites Help – Information on creating,…

  • Wix

    Wix

    Wix.com is a cloud-based web development platform that was first developed and popularized by the Israeli company also called Wix. It allows users to create HTML5 web sites and mobile sites through the use of online drag and drop tools.   Wix   Wix Help Center – This site has many articles organized into twenty…

  • Zoho

    Zoho

    Zoho is a suite of online services developed and provided by the company with the same name. They offer a variety of products related to productivity and online services (such as a sites builder –Zoho Sites-, corporate emails, an online office suite, among many others). While their portfolio of products is very wide, most of…

  • Piktochart

    Piktochart

    An easy infographic design app that requires very little effort to produce beautiful, high-quality graphics. Infographics can be presented on slideshows with Presentation Mode.   Piktochart   Piktochart Support Page – This site provides a wide array of help for Piktochart users, from initial design to troubleshooting problems. Piktochart: Using Infographics in the Classroom –…

  • Easel.ly

    Easel.ly

    Easel.ly is a simple web tool that empowers anyone to create and share powerful visuals (infographics, posters)… no design experience needed. How to Easel.ly Create Your First Infographic – A recording of a live training session for Easel.ly beginners.   Easel.ly Keywords: Flipped Learning, Presentations

  • Timetoast

    Timetoast

    Free timeline maker lets you create timelines online. Make educational timelines or create a timeline for your company website.   Timetoast   How to Create an Interactive Timeline with Timetoast – This YouTube video describes the ins and outs of how to make a timeline with this technological tool.   Keywords: Flipped Learning, Presentations

  • Canva – A powerful online graphic design platform

    Canva – A powerful online graphic design platform

    Canva is a graphic design platform that allows users to create social media graphics, presentations, posters, and other visual content. It is available on web and mobile and integrates millions of images, fonts, templates, and illustrations. Users can choose from many professionally designed templates, and edit the designs and upload their own photos through a…

  • Slideshare

    Slideshare

    A service that allows you to create an online library and upload presentations that you’ve created elsewhere.   SlideShare   Getting Started with SlideShare – Designed with commercial users in mind (but also useful for educators and students), this site provides useful tips for all levels of users.   Keywords: Flipped Learning, Presentations

  • Microsoft PowerPoint

    Microsoft PowerPoint

    PowerPoint is a slideshow presentation program that’s part of the Microsoft Office suite of tools. PowerPoint makes it easy to create, collaborate, and present your ideas in dynamic, visually compelling ways. Powerpoint is not freely available except as a mobile app. However, this is a standard application used in education and business. Many companies and campus…

  • Prezi Classic and Prezi Next

    Prezi Classic and Prezi Next

    A “zooming presentation tool” that presents information non-linearly. It is an infinite whiteboard where the audience can see and interact with an overview of a topic or zoom in to see the relationship between topics. Prezi allows presenters to provide not only the big picture but takes it a step further to allow viewers to…

  • Emaze

    Emaze

    Caters to the current PowerPoint user, using slide-by-slide presentation, but offers some spectacular results with very little effort. Emaze allows the user to choose from a variety of 3-D templates which are pre-formatted and not highly editable, allowing the user to concentrate on the content and not the bells and whistles.   Emaze   Emaze…

  • Haiku Deck

    Haiku Deck

    Haiku Deck is a free app that makes presentations simple, beautiful, and fun.   Haiku   Haiku Deck – Editing and Creating Decks – An instructional video about getting started with Haiku Deck. 7 Alternative Technology in the Classroom Presentation Tools – This blog entry from TeachHub touches upon Haiku Deck in the list of…

  • Google Slides

    Google Slides

    Google Slides is Google’s free presentation editor. Because it is included in the Google Docs/Drive suite, you can readily use it to collaborate on presentations with colleagues or students no matter where you are. Google Slides is very similar to Microsoft’s PowerPoint (PPT). Like many online tools, it allows groups to work together to create…

  • Weebly

    Weebly

    Weebly is a complete platform that allows anyone to start and grow an online business with curated website templates, powerful e-commerce and integrated marketing. More than 40 million entrepreneurs around the world use Weebly to grow their customer base, fuel sales, and market their idea. Designed for any entrepreneur who wants to reach a global…

  • WordPress

    WordPress

    WordPress is an open-source blogging and a website creation platform. WordPress (often referred to as WP) is very widely used and makes up about 30% of all published websites.  There is a subtle but important difference between WordPress.org and WordPress.com. WordPress.org gives lots of freedom, but you need a self-hosted platform to deliver your site. This…

  • Zoho Wiki

    Zoho Wiki

    Zoho Wiki is a free online tool to create collaborative web portals. No downloads, no installation, no special IT infrastructure, no need for IT experts, no webmasters. You can access your wiki anywhere, anytime. Wikis are offered as a knowledge management tool, for which multiple users can be added as collaborators. These wikis are ideal…

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