A Few New Tricks for Old Dogs
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Session Description
Explore several free online tools, from Aviary to Wallwisher, that teachers can use to liven up classroom activities and encourage participation, collaboration and creativity.

Shelley Paul
Email: shelley (dot) paul @ gmail.com
Twitter: @lottascales

The plan: I share ~25 tools in 25 minutes. You explore the ones that interest you. Ready? Go!

Thanks for coming! If I have missed anything, you can find it at Zombo.com!

What's Going On?

Get Inspired by Tech

Feed Your Head

Connect & Collaborate

Make Stuff

Store & Share Stuff

  • Dropbox - http://www.dropbox.com/
    Store, sync and share files across multiple computers and devices. Up to 2 GB
  • Drop.io - http://drop.io
    Create a drop to store and share up to 100 MB of any kind of content. Every drop has a unique URL and email address for uploading. Drops can be public or private (password protected) and expire when you say. Add a free phonecasting number to post podcasts from any phone. Go to: http://drop.io/lakeview10
  • Evernote - http://evernote.com
    Store and search saved content from anywhere -- webpages, scanned documents, handwritten notes, images, etc...
  • Posterous - http://posterous.com/
    Easiest blogging and podcasting EVER. Go to: http://lakeview10.posterous.com/
  • SafeShare - http://www.safeshare.tv/
    Present a Youtube video without all the comments and related videos. Set a precise start and end time to show a specific clip!
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