What a wonderful opportunity to meet old friends, learn new things, and walk in the sun.
Here is a link to my Slideshow for my Cookbook presentation. Unfortunately it is just a .pdf for now, but I will post the real posting later.
- Twitter search for #Drzreflects (As time progresses, these tweets may disappear.)
- Collaborative Google notes that were created by one of the attendees. These were open for everyone to contribute during the presentation but have been locked to keep the content valid.
- Letters from the Internment Camps – 5th graders interview survivors of internment camps.
- 21st Century Learning – Example of including video lecture, documents and videos in a VoiceThread.
- WikiBook on TPACK – WikiBook created by UNI Masters students in Spring, 2012.
- QR Codes video – Useful introductory video by Common Craft.
Share Your Screen
- Join.Me – Share your screen with up to 250 people simultaneously.
- Google Hangout – Watch a short introductory video about using Hangout with fellow students.
- AudioBoo – Create an audio response to your students’ work. Just send them the URL to the audio file. Includes a mobile app. These files are not private.
- Chirbit – Another tool for creating an audio response to your students’ work. Just send them the URL to the audio file. Includes a mobile app. These files CAN be made private.
- Jing – Free brother-version of Camtasia by TechSmith. I have used this as my default screencaster for years. Limit of 5 minutes. You download the program to your computer.
- Screencast-o-Matic – Just discovered this option this summer. This system will allow you to record up to 15 minutes. You can save your files in .mp4, .avi, and .wmv formats. It is all online.
Video Annotating and Editing
- VideoANT – Provide written notations for a video as it progresses. The viewer progresses through a collection of notes as the video plays.
- WeVideo – Full video editing capability online.
I hope that these resources are useful for you. If you have any additional resources that you would like to share, add them to the comments section.
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