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Web 2.0 Tools

 

Brainstorming made simple.

 

Chartle.net tears down the complexity of online visualizations - offers simplicity, ubiquity and interactivity instead.



 

It's an Online Comic Strip, Made by YOU!  

 

Graphs or charts can help impress people by getting your point across quickly and visually

 

A perfect all-in-one site for comic strips, video creation, audio creation, and mind-maps

 

A modern “museum” on the Internet – promoting sustainable global development and achievement of the United Nations Millennium Development Goals.

 

 

Easily create professional-quality flowcharts, diagrams, floor plans, technical drawings, and more!

 

 

Create an interactive, multi-media poster that shows everyone all of your favorite things, then link it with your MySpace or Facebook account.  

 

 

LiveBinders organizes digital information into nice containers - like 3-ring binders on your shelf.

 

 

Never need a flashdrive again. Use this to set-up online storage (up to 2 GB) for all of your stuff. You can also use the "My File Locker" feature on Edline.

 

 

What is known as an "online curator," it allows you to put all of your information on a subject into a nice, neat little cube.

 

 

Easily draw on maps and then share them with friends,

 

 

A cool website that lets you make an online storybook using pre-created artwork.

 

Want to save all of your media to one spot?  This is the place for you.  You can also utilize this application to save and record Podcasts and Vodcasts if you have a microphone.  This is the educational version of the software.

 

 

Online photo editor through Yahoo!

 

Internet application that allows people to express their thoughts on a common topic easily.

 

WordSift helps anyone easily sift through texts -- just cut and paste any text into WordSift and you can engage in a verbal quick-capture!

 

Create a free customized, interactive map

 

Dabbleboard is an online collaboration application that’s centered around the whiteboard.

                 

 

A social bookmarking site where you can sign-up for an account and save your favorite places to go on the web. 

This works great for collaborating on research, as you can link to a partner's bookmark page and share resources.

 

A video/photo slideshow generation website.  The free version allows you to edit 30 second clips.

 

Generate graphics for websites or just for fun.

 

Create your own comic strip.

 

Create an online avatar that can speak for you!

 

Edit photos and generate photo slideshows for free as part of Google's application suite.

 

 

Free public library with access to several research resources.

 

 

Having trouble finding something at the Perry Hall or BCPS library?  Link up with the internet public library, a free place to find research on anything.

 

 

Free place to upload podcasts if you want the world to hear what you have to say.

 

 

An easy way to convert a file from one file type to another.  Handy for saving YouTube videos to your computer, flashdrive, or VoiceThread account.

 

 

Free internet phone calls around the world.  Connect to someone in Missouri to learn more about the area where Huck Finn grew up.  Connect to someone in London to learn more about Shakespeare.  Sky's the limit.  Note: You have to contact another Skype user via the computer, a call to a landline/cell phone will cost you money.

 

WebQuest Generator

 

A WebQuest is a great way to create an interactive project for your peers.  This free software will help you create one

 

 

Prezi is a cloud-based presentation software that opens up a new world between whiteboards and slides. The zoomable canvas makes it fun to explore ideas and the connections between them. The result: visually captivating presentations that lead your audience down a path of discovery.

 

 

If you can type,
you can make movies...

 

 

Its not your typical slideshow... Add Youtube videos, Google Maps, images, links to images, text, and more to your slides!

 

 

Please take a moment to rate the tool you used. Explain positives and negative issues breifly.

 

 

 

Extra: Google offers a multitude of tools for productivity and presentation.

 

  

 

GoogleDocs - Have a Google account?  Awesome.  Their software suite is one of the best on the internet when you look at all of the applications it contains such as Blogger, Google Calendar (which can sync with your smartphone), GoogleEarth, and more.  GoogleDocs contains a way to create documents, spreadsheets, and presentations online without having to own Microsoft Office.  You can also collaborate on a document, spreadsheet, or slideshow by allowing a partner or group of partners access to your document.

 

Google Blogger  

 

Google SketchUp - Have a 3D project in mind?  Use this Google tool to develop it.

 

Web 2.0 Tools - A complete list of technology tools that can assist you with any presentation, project, or school assignment. 

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