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  • Kizoa


    Looking for a video-editing software for school projects and other academic purposes? Kizoa is just what you need. Enhance the learning experience in your school or university by creating engaging academic tutorials and liberating the full potential of students through creative video editing.   Kizoa

  • Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) Resources

    Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) Resources

    This is a list of artificial intelligence (AI) resources and educators who are using these resources. Resources are listed by category as well as contact information. The Stevens Institute of Technology compiled the list. Generative AI Resources

  • Asana


    Asana is project management software that allows you to keep track of various projects and tasks. Customization options allow you to personalize the experience to your preferences. There are different layouts for viewing tasks, keeping track of lists, and managing calendars (including social media). Asana allows you to add members to your “team” allowing multiple…

  • SUNY Create

    SUNY Create

    SUNY provides students, faculty, and staff with the opportunity to register a domain name and create a digital presence through various mediums such as blogs, portfolios, and wikis. You can easily install open source applications such as WordPress, MediaWiki, Drupal, Scalar, and Omeka to your own domain, and use this space to create your digital…

  • bulb Digital Portfolios

    bulb Digital Portfolios

    Build a beautiful, powerful digital portfolio. No Coding Required. Bulb started as a platform for students to show they’re more than a test score; it still is the simplest digital formative assessment tool on the market. As the product has grown, it has turned into a global hub where all kinds of people showcase their…

  • Class Dojo

    Class Dojo

    ClassDojo connects teachers with students and parents to build amazing classroom communities. Teachers can encourage students for any skill or value — whether it’s working hard, being kind, helping others or something else. Students can showcase and share their learning by adding photos and videos to their own portfolios. Get parents engaged by sharing photos…

  • Microsoft Sway

    Microsoft Sway

    Sway is a Microsoft Office application with which you can create portfolios, presentations, websites, newsletters, interactive reports, and more. First of all, Sway is free – you just need to have a Microsoft account (Hotmail, Live, or, and it’s easy to use. Formatting is very easy and the transitions they use in the presentation…

  • Crevado


    One of the easiest free portfolio websites, Crevado lets you use a simple drag-and-drop tool to upload your projects and rearrange on the screen for true ease-of-use. The site is also automatically optimized for any device, so your portfolio can be viewed on a smartphone or tablet as well as a desktop. Best of all,…

  • Jimdo


    Jimdo provides two products including the standard editor, Jimdo Creator, and Jimdo Dolphin which falls under a new category of website builder systems. These two products live side by side: Jimdo Creator enables building a website from scratch or running your blog or online store, and Jimdo Dolphin is used to get a beautiful website…

  • Stanford


    Everyone has the capacity to be creative. The Stanford is a place where people develop problem-solving skills using methods from across the field of design. Resources on this site include toolkits to guide learners through design challenges. Stanford Stanford – Resources How to Design an Education Escape Room    

  • Edureka


    Edureka is an online training provider that helps professionals learn trending technologies for career growth. Learn top trending courses like Big Data, Hadoop, RPA, Cloud, DevOps & More. Expert Educators. Flexible Batch Timings. 24/7 Lifetime Support. Instructor-led Classes. No Cost EMI Option. Edureka – E-Learning Platform

  • Rules of (Zoom) Engagement by Ali Green

    Rules of (Zoom) Engagement by Ali Green

    This document, created by Ali Green who is the CEO and co-founder of Pantera Press, provides tips and best practices to help people to adopt appropriate protocols for team meetings as they move from in-person to phone and video conferencing platforms. Topics addressed include reminders about muting when you are not speaking and when it’s…

  • Association for Authentic, Experiential, & Evidence-Based Learning (AAEEBL) Collaboratory

    Association for Authentic, Experiential, & Evidence-Based Learning (AAEEBL) Collaboratory

    A collection of ePortfolio examples, tools, and resources shared through community contributions to the Association for Authentic, Experiential, & Evidence-Based Learning (AAEEBL) 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting’s Collaboratory. Association for Authentic, Experiential, & Evidence-Based Learning (AAEEBL ) Collaboratory

  • Medium


    Medium is a publishing platform with a social twist. The platform has 120 million readers that are able to directly follow the publisher or the writer they want and read their articles. The platform encourages writers from all over the world to become a member and publish on its platform. The social aspect of the…

  • PowerNotes


    The PowerNotes Chrome extension eliminates the need to copy and paste or employ other poor processes to capture content. PowerNotes users just highlight material they find useful, include an annotation if appropriate, and then categorize the highlight into a topic of their choosing. PowerNotes is designed to unify the steps of reading, gathering, saving, annotating,…

  • Online Discussion Boards & Professor’s Presence – 10 Principles & 51 Strategies

    Online Discussion Boards & Professor’s Presence – 10 Principles & 51 Strategies

    This Quick Reference / Best Practice Card for online discussions is adapted from “The Professor’s Manual,” by Victoria Nesnick, a Higher Education Faculty Development Consultant. The guide provides research-based guiding principles and strategies to help create and maintain effective presence and interaction between facilitators and participants as related to online discussion board participation. This resource…

  • OpenWHO


    OpenWHO is the World Health Organization’s new interactive platform that offers online courses to people preparing to work in epidemics, pandemics and health emergencies or already doing so. The OpenWHO platform delivers WHO’s and partners’ expertise closer to where it is needed and provides information in user-friendly formats for frontline responders and decision-makers. The platform…

  • NPTEL – A Centre of MOOCs

    NPTEL – A Centre of MOOCs

    National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning (NPTEL) is a project of MHRD initiated by seven Indian Institutes of Technology (Bombay, Delhi, Kanpur, Kharagpur, Madras, Guwahati and Roorkee) along with the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore in 2003, to provide quality education to anyone interested in learning from the IITs. The main goal was to create…

  • Twine


    Twine is an open-source tool for telling interactive, nonlinear stories. You don’t need to write any code to create a simple story with Twine, but you can extend your stories with variables, conditional logic, images, CSS, and JavaScript when you’re ready. Twine publishes directly to HTML, so you can post your work nearly anywhere. Anything…

  • What is a Cognitive Tool for Learning?

    What is a Cognitive Tool for Learning?

    The idea of a cognitive tool or ‘mind tool’ was popularized in the 1990s by David Jonassen. It explains that not all educational technologies are beneficial for learning. According to this concept, only educational technologies that help us learn more deeply than before are beneficial. Definition We usually think of an educational technology as a…