Prezi is a unique online application that creates non-linear presentations by mapping ideas, images and videos, and it has the ability to zoom into details. If there is no web access when you want to show your presentation, a downloadable version can be obtained to show offline anywhere…and flash is not required.
Learn more about Prezi:
With this unique tool, you can write a phrase, click “START”, and images from Flickr to match your words appear. After choosing the images you like best, a slideshow is created. This illustrated slide show can be sent via e-mail from the site which provides a web address for your creation.
A cool resource for vocabulary development perhaps?
Capzles allows the user to create multimedia storylines with video, photos, blogs and mp3 files.
Here’s a sample of a capzle made of a school trip to China.
Diary.com allows not only text, but photos, graphics, links, music, files and videos can be included in your diary entry. You can make your entries private or social, and you send entries to your diary by e-mail. In March, there are plans to launch a public diary feature too.
Students can create multimedia journals to share only with their teachers. This site could also be used for students to create a shared or public journal pretending to be a fictional or historical character.
Can you think of other ways to use this site with your students?
Combine websites, PowerPoint presentations and pictures with your voice and text to highlight what you want others to see. This is a great site for both teachers and students to use for projects on just about any topic.
Watch this flowgram about Web 2.0 and education … http://www.flowgram.com/fg/66p65shxd9uwy6/
Here are some ideas from others on using Flowgram in education:
How will you use this tool with your students?
Students can create multimedia presentations on any topic without the need for software using the free version. Presentations can also be viewed offline with a provided player.
Please share ways that you use this site with your students!
Now that the Glogster site has an education version, this is a great place for students to go to create “glogs” instead of traditional paper posters for any subject they choose.
Another similar site:
Please share ways that you use these sites with your students!