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  • Genial.ly

    Genial.ly

    Genial.ly is an online tool that can be used to create still, animated, or interactive visuals, such as posters, infographics, quizzes, and presentations. This content can be used to enhance websites/blogs or as a communication tool (i.e. to make presentations, infographics, reports, posters, guides, and also interactive branching scenarios. You don’t need to be a programmer…

  • Using Game-Based Learning Online – A Cookbook of Recipes Author: The EGG

    Using Game-Based Learning Online – A Cookbook of Recipes Author: The EGG

    Games are likely to reinforce students’ commitment to the learning process. In an educational context, these characteristics and qualities can greatly enhance student engagement, motivation, and learning. This collection of recipes has been created to present game-based strategies to make online learning more stimulating and engaging for students. In this cookbook, an interdisciplinary panel of…

  • Type Studio

    Type Studio

    Type Studio is an online text-based video and podcast editing software. It transcribes your video and audio files into text. Then you can edit your media based on the transcribed text. There are a few features that Type Studio comes with besides just editing. Translation: Translate your video and audio files into different languages. Automatically…

  • Venngage

    Venngage

    Venngage is an online tool for creating infographics, reports, and data visualizations. Infographics make complex, important, or technical information easy to digest. Pick from hundreds of charts, maps, icons, and import data directly from your spreadsheets into numerous chart styles and infographic templates. This blog post titled, “Venngage: 7 Ways eLearning Infographics Make Education Easier,”…

  • Frame VR

    Frame VR

    Immersive presentations and meetings – right from the browser on desktop, mobile, and VR. FRAME is a virtual world environment. It is a beta product from Virbela, which is a full-fledged virtual world that requires an application that needs to be downloaded and installed on a computer. FRAME VR makes it easy to come together…

  • Icebreaker.Video

    Icebreaker.Video

    Icebreaker videos are a great tool to help promote collaboration for icebreakers, meet-and-greet, or meetups. You can plan your meeting by choosing a topic and conversation games through a template or yourself. Prompt cards make this a fun and fast-paced meeting space. Tiered pricing available and easy to use.   Icebreaker.video 

  • Wikimedia Commons

    Wikimedia Commons

    Wikimedia Commons is a media file repository making available public domain and freely licensed educational media content (images, sound and video clips) to everyone, in their own language. It acts as a common repository for the various projects of the Wikimedia Foundation. The repository is created and maintained by volunteers. The scope of Commons is set out on the…

  • Microsoft 365: Here’s how to get it for free

    Microsoft 365: Here’s how to get it for free

    This blog post by c|net explains how anyone can use Microsoft’s Word, Excel, and PowerPoint apps without spending any money.   Microsoft 365: Here’s how to get it for free

  • SlidesGo

    SlidesGo

    SlidesGo contains a great collection of Google Slides and PowerPoint templates, tutorials, and tips about how to design effective presentations. We also want to highlight the Minimalist styled templates that have a very simple and professional look and feel.   SlidesGo

  • 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 Outlook.com), and it’s easy to use. Formatting is very easy and the transitions they use in the presentation…

  • Curriki

    Curriki

    Curriki is an online, free, open education service. Curriki is a platform to develop and deliver open educational resources that also contain interactive activities. Curricula and instructional materials that are built using Curriki Studio are then made available to learners via the Curriki website. The majority of the resources on the Curriki site fall under…

  • 13 free sources for diverse stock photography – Walls.io blog

    13 free sources for diverse stock photography – Walls.io blog

    One way to combat the lack of diversity in the media we create is to use more inclusive stock photography. This collection of free stock photography sites will help you ditch the standard stock photography and locate more diverse visuals for your projects. ”Stock photos don’t just illustrate a subject matter but also shape the…

  • How To Start A Podcast: A Complete Step-By-Step Tutorial

    How To Start A Podcast: A Complete Step-By-Step Tutorial

    This guide from PodcastInsights walks you through how to start a podcast. Starting a podcast isn’t difficult, but there are a number of steps you’ll need to go through in order to get it launched. This podcasting tutorial walks you through every step of the process including: Choosing a topic & name Show and episode format…

  • newtFire {DH}

    newtFire {DH}

    The newtFire site serves as an incubator of learning and research collaboration between scholars and students in the Digital Humanities from multiple institutions, and is the project development site of Elisa Beshero-Bondar, Program Chair of Digital Media, Arts, and Technology (DIGIT) at Penn State Erie, The Behrend College. This site contains numerous tutorials and exercises…

  • Edublogger’s Guide to Podcasting

    Edublogger’s Guide to Podcasting

    This guide will help you understand what podcasts are, why they’re popular, and how to access or create your own podcasts. We’ve also included a PDF with 50 ideas for student created podcasts. Podcasts are simply audio files that are published online. Podcasts can also include video or other sorts of file formats but within…

  • Anchor

    Anchor

    Anchor is a free platform for podcast creation. It contains tools that allow users to record and edit audio, arrange it into podcast episodes, publish podcasts to listening platforms, and monetize content by collecting listener contributions or adding advertisements into episodes.   Anchor

  • QuickTime

    QuickTime

    QuickTime allows you to quickly make common edits to video and audio content including trim, rearrange, and rotate. You can also split a movie into multiple clips and manipulate each one individually. In addition, QuickTime also allows you to create screencasts by recording your Mac screen and capturing your screen from most iOS mobile devices.…

  • Recast Studio – Online Video Editor

    Recast Studio – Online Video Editor

    Recast focuses on helping creators to produce professional quality videos in minimum clicks. Making video is time consuming. We broke down the entire process of editing the video and then optimized every part of it to increase the speed of making the video. Helping creators focus on the important aspects like storytelling and less on…

  • Crevado

    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

    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…

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