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Croak It

April22

Free, easy to use audio recording tool.  The audio file is saved on line and you access it, share it, use it with the URL code or convert to QR code that is readable with mobile devices.  The limitations are that the recording time is limited to 30 seconds.  It doesn’t provide embed code for […]

Creative Commons

April19

Creative Commons – What is it and why should you care-      

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ThingLink–Creating Interactive Images

May21

Thinglink is a neat tool for creating interactive images.  This is a free, online registration website for embeding audio, video and rich media links directly in images and share them across the web.  Bring in your images from anywhere.  You can bring images from the web by copying their URL, import from Flickr with an […]

47 Alternatives to YouTube

September2

Updated list of possible sites for videos offerings other than YouTube…..from Free Technology for Teachers by Richard Byrne

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Snag Learning Films

July26

SnagLearning:  This site has free downloadable films on numerous topics, can be searched by topics:  arts & music, children’s learning, math & science,  history, foreign language, political science & civics, foreign culture & geography.  Grade levels are available and are free to use in the classroom.  Films are streamed from such channels as National Geographic, NOVA, […]

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Automatoon–Create Animations for the Web

July8

Automatoon is a free service for creating simple to complex animations that you can reuse anywhere on the web.  There are three basic steps to using Automatoon.  First, you draw and color your images.  Second, you break apart each element of your drawing and third, you specify the animation action for each part of your […]

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National Jukebox

May12

How fun to hear the old tunes from the “Victor Talking Machine”!  The Library of Congress National Jukebox has archived more than 10,000 recordings captured on wax cylinders.  The archive can be searched and listened to on your computer.   From this National Jukebox site, you can make your selections, create your own playlist, share your […]

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ViewPure–YouTube videos without ads or extra tagalongs

March24

ViewPure: Useful tool for downloading YouTube videos without the extra comments, ads, suggestions, “related videos” or “inappropriate” other things that tag along with your YouTube videos. Use the website ViewPure by copying the URL of your chosen YouTube video and paste it into ViewPure where it will then strip away everything but the video. Some […]

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PowerPoint Slide Show into Movie

March2

Having a PowerPoint Slide Show play as a video on a website it fairly easy to do.  There are instructions to completing that task but I found  straightforward step-by-step instructions on the following website…PowerPointMovie. This website also gives a good outline of the acceptable video and audio formats that work with PowerPoint.  And a good […]

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