September 17, 2013

Web 2.0 Tools

Great way to share posters and images you’ve made with friends

Innovative way to share presentations without PowerPoint

An online notice board maker (or bulletin board if you choose)

Make beautiful videos from images in a snap

Make your images talk…that’s right.

Create a beautiful aggregation of any amount of text

Get your own avatar and even have it talk with your voice

Create and share stories, games, art, etc.

Build your own stories (with images) and share them with others

Easily publish custom comic strips

Mosey lets you pick a location, easily choose places in the area that you’d like to “visit,” grab images off the web, shows the places on map, and lets you add notes. You’re then give a unique url address to your creation. It’s a good tool for geography class or for planning a real field trip.

emaze is a new slideshow creation tool that looks neat and pretty darn easy. TechCrunch says it hits the “Sweet Spot Between PowerPoint And Prezi.”

Pinwords lets you create visually attractive quotations and is especially nice because it’s web-based and lets you grab images off the web to use.

Make It Share It is new, and it seems to me that there isn’t an easier site out there to make simple animations. And it provides an embed code for your creation!

buncee lets you easily create simple multimedia creations — almost like an extended virtual postcard. You can grab media off the web and add text.

Sketchlot lets students…sketch and draw online. Teachers sign-up and can create a class roster letting students log-in, and drawings are embeddable.

I Wish You To lets you easily draw and create your own Ecards, which you can post, embed, and/or send to someone — and no registration is required.

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