With Adobe Spark, teachers and students can quickly create graphics, web pages and video stories. Users can upload their own images, record voice over with one click, and use built in audio and sound effects to make videos fun and professional.
Student projects, Presentations, Video creations, Graphics
Citation Machine is a handy tool to share with students. Students load their content to the program, and Citation Machine helps them create citations, provide grammar suggestions, and detect unintentional plagiarism.
Managing citations and ensuring integrity of writing
Edpuzzle is an interactive video service allowing users to either work with an existing video or upload new video footage to track students’ understanding of the presented material. The tool reinforces accountability with view analytics and engagement for self-paced learning as you add interactive quiz questions.
Online lessons, Self-paced learning, Application of content
Flipgrid is a video discussion platform. Faculty and students can create 15 second-5 minute videos to share and respond to videos posted by others. Rather than text discussions, flip grid allows participants show excitement, inflection and creativity. Available on tablets, computers (both MAC & PC) and idevices.
Padlets are virtual walls or bulletin boards, where users can share information and collaborate on projects. All sorts of content can be added to Padlets – images, text comments, links, files, and short audio clips.
A repository of over 1.5 million crowd sourced royalty public domain stock photos and videos. All content is released under the Creative Commons CC0 (public domain) license, which makes them safe to use without asking for permission or giving credit to the artist – even for commercial purposes.
Locating free, and copyright free images that can edited and remixed.