Video app that creates a 30 second video out of the photos selected for the project and plays them in a loop. Take photos from your mobile device or use ones already stores in the device’s photo library.
This is a virtual whiteboard app that allows for various screens from whiteboard, to graph paper, to music notation paper, to maps. Allows one to draw or use text as well as insert images. Will record the action on the board as well as add audio. Can share or e-mail finished product. More tools than Educreations (mobile device app).
This is a cloud storage app accessible from the web or from a mobile device. Allows cloud storage of many different types of files as well as file sharing with others, whether they have a Dropbox account or not.
An app that can be used by both instructors and students – it is a social network learning management platform. Primarily a tool for in class communication, content sharing, learning activities, and quizzes; it can also be used for “take home” work that can help support the “flipped classroom” model.
This is a virtual whiteboard app that allows for various screens from whiteboard to graph paper. Allows one to draw or use text as well as insert images. Will record the action on the board as well as add audio. Can share or e-mail finished product. Great beginner app – easy to navigate.
A web based app (as well as mobile device app) that is a multi use product that starts as a note taking and archiving app, but has a lot of additional features. The “note” doesn’t have to be a text document but can be images, webpages and many other file structures – makes a great organizer and task manager. This is one of the free apps that, if you really find it useful, can be worth paying for the premium version for your personal mobile device.
Part of the Google platform, so if you have a Google account, you have access to this app. This app allows you to store files, create documents (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, forms, etc.), edit documents, share files and folders with people who have a Google Drive account or not, as well as allow asynchronous and synchronous collaboration on documents.
Is a web-based app (mobile device app also) that can add creativity to storytelling or presentations. You can use the canvas to build frames manually or with templates. You can import PowerPoint presentations into Prezi and then use some tools to manipulate the text, images, videos and other files. Can be manually operated or setup to run in an automated fashion.
Allows you to diagram (concept map, mind map, flow chart) and convert it to text or you can go the other way. Can be used for “brainstorming” sessions, concept illustrations, presentations, making outlines, etc.
Audience response system. Create interactive polls/surveys where audience can respond from a mobile device or from the web. Ability to track responses and reuse polls. You give access code to your students to respond at the Socrative app site. More tools than Poll Everywhere.
A video creating and sharing website (mobile device app as well). Great resource for acquiring additional information, in visual format, on just about any topic. Can establish an account and archive videos you author as well – either in YouTube or third party app.