E-tools


This is a mixed box of e-learning tools. Most are not directly associated with web 1.0 or web 2.0. In many cases, you can use them to help you build either web 1.0 or web 2.0 resources, though some may lend themselves more to one than the other ...

general / Creative Commons & free materials / activity templates / document templates / presentations & slideshows / images / charts / mind maps / polls & surveys / audio / screen captures & screencasts / animations / videos / text to speech / mobile optimisation / web anonymisers



►general


► Creative Commons & free materials

Many of these materials can be freely used in education, but you should
always check for specific requirements. Attribution is normally required.

Reproducible materials may also be found at:

Information about freeware may also be found at:

►activity templates


► document templates


► presentations & slideshows


► images


► charts


► mind maps


► polls & surveys


►audio

NB: Other audio editing options include GarageBand (on a Mac).


► screen captures & screencasts


► animations


► videos

NB: Other video editing options include iMovie (on a Mac)
or Windows Movie Maker (on a PC).


► text to speech


► mobile optimisation


► web anonymisers




Credits: I owe the Armored Penguin link to Terry Shubert, the CamStudio link to Lisa Cluett, the Dvolver link to Debs Barton, the Freepath link to Tom Salmon, the JigsawPlanet link to Steve Lushey & Mary Lee, the Kahoot link to Paul Forster, the Mind42 link to Hannah Murray, the Mobile Study link to Leonard Low, the Newspaper Clipping Generator link to Louise Loxton, the Photo Cube Generator link to Nelba Quintana, the Screenflow link to Marc Scott, the Straw Poll link to Tristan Taylor, the Survey Nuts link to Milly Sawettamorn, and the Technology and Education Box of Tricks link to Caroline Clark. I've discovered a number of the other tools on MakeUseOf (rss feed here), Larry Ferlazzo's Websites of the Day (rss feed here), and Nik Peachey's Learning Technology Blog (rss feed here).

Contact: There's no such thing as a finished wiki. Like all wikis, this one is a work in progress and there will be changes from time to time in organisation, content and links. However, don't let that stop you from contacting me at any time with comments, suggestions or questions.