Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Thinglink and Evernote

This week I have chosen two tools to briefly explain.  The first one is Thinglink which allows you to create interactive images.  Here is an example. 

Thinglink allows you create interactive images by adding video, audio, links, notes, slideshows and more.  You need to create an account to use this tool, but it has limitless teaching possibilities.

Integration Ideas:
  • create interactive images full of information to use during your lessons
  • embed these on your blog for students to explore
  • have students use these to present their learning with others
  • Thinglink in Education
Many of you know I am a huge fan of Evernote and talk often about its uses in our classrooms and beyond.  I found this playlist with eight videos of one minute or less explaining each part of setting up and understanding your Evernote account.

Teaching in the Cloud with Evernote

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