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Rhondda Powling

Soundtrap - Make music online - 4 views

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    Soundtrap allows you to make music online, from any device, with your own instruments or the virtual ones on the site. The free version offers 5 projects, many loops, instruments and sounds as well as other features. It works on Mac, Windows, iPad, Android tablets and phones, Linux and Chromebooks. It allows you to start, edit and collaborate on your recordings and, being cloud-based, wherever you are. You can collaborate with others and share your music on Facebook, Twitter and SoundCloud, as well as Spotify and iTunes. You can sign in with Office 365, Google, Facebook or an email account. There are premium options with more features and fewer limits.
Rhondda Powling

Free Technology for Teachers: Digital Note-Taking with OneNote - 3 views

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    "Two features distinguish OneNote from other note-taking apps like Evernote. First, notes can be shared and collaboratively edited in real time - much like Google Docs. This includes collaborative handwriting when on tablets. Next, OneNote notes can be opened and edited in multiple locations at the same time. Consider a student taking notes in OneNote on a laptop or Chromebook while inserting photos from their phone"
Ian Guest

Flipgrid - 7 views

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    "Create grids of questions or topics using text or video and share your questions with whomever you like. Your audience then responds with recorded videos."
Shelly Terrell

TitanPad: Let's Hang! 10  Ideas for Collaborative Learning with HangOuts - 6 views

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Clay Leben

7 resources for student collaboration - Page 2 of 2 - eClassroom News | eClassroom News... - 3 views

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    Short reviews of 7 tools.
Rhondda Powling

20 Excellent Free Tools for Interactive Classroom Collaborations - 12 views

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    A post that offers and annotated list "These applications give teachers a good variety of collaborative and interactive teaching and learning opportunities to use in their classes. They are also free.
John Pearce

Screenhero | Features - 2 views

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    Screenhero is a screen sharing program that is a free download in beta. It has voice chat, is cross platform and has dual cursor capability.
Ian Guest

Stoodle - 6 views

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    "- Real-time collaboration on a virtual whiteboard with infinite pages - Real-time communication through voice conferencing and text chat - Permanent storage of all classrooms for later access "
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    (via @rmbyrne)
Ian Guest

Live.pics.io - 3 views

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    "Live.pics.io recreates the experience of real-world slideshows, when your guests would come by to see photos and hear you tell the story behind the shots. Drag some images and start the conversation."
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    [via @rmbyrne]
Ian Guest

Bounce - 8 views

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    "A fun and easy way to share ideas on a website." Capture screenshots of a webpage, annotate, then share with others.
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    via @rmbyrne
Ian Guest

Github for Writers - 2 views

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    "... despite how crucial GitHub is to the developer toolbox, I'm constantly wondering why the platform is limited to just code. It's not a stretch to imagine the usefulness of a similar platform for non-developers - authors, teachers, students - though as much as I search, I can't seem to find one. So I'm building it myself. I'm building a GitHub for everyone else."
riss leung

http://www.itlresearch.com/images/stories/reports/21cld%20learning%20activity%20rubrics... - 4 views

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    21st Century Learning Design Rubrics. Useful for assessing the collaborative nature of activities. Good for defining collaboration etc also.
Clay Leben

MightyMeeting - 3 views

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    HTML 5 browser-based whiteboard & conference room. Share slideshows. Beta. Free for 6 people. Chat.
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