There are a plethora of online free tools that Educational Technology can support you in using as part of your learning and teaching. We can help you identify where these tools might help and providing training and guidance for you and your students within the learning environment.
Here’s a of popular tools that you might consider. Get in touch with the team if you’d like to learn more about any of them and feel free to ask us to help with something you’re already using.
Twitter Twitter is a medium to communicate what you are doing or have done and its simplicity belies its power. Using #hashtags is a simple way in directing people to and conversing around a particular topic.
Pinterest is the digital pinboard. Collect images and articles from around the web in your own themed boards. Collaborate on a board around a particular topic.
ThingLink enables you to create interactive annotations on existing images. For example, create links on an image of a painting to facts about the artist or themes within the art.
AudioBoo allows you or your students to create short sound snippets that could be question responses or resources to develop listening skills. These can then be embedded elsewhere as part of the learning journey.
WeVideo as documented in a previous post facilitates collaboration on video work within the web browser, making it more affordable and accessible for learning.