Technology and its role in the Library
Civics-oriented programs for Government.
Try it here: UCLA Health
Free, Copyright-clear images, video, and audio!
Sounds! – Try here! (Sound Gator)
Public Domain Pictures Pixabay
As well as some standard sites for video/picture tools:
The below item come from October 2014’s School Library Journal!
Awesome way to have simultaneous timers working at the same time, for multiple groups, etc..
– Also using Google, type in “Set Timer” with the time desired.
Measuring the Noise in your Class!
Too Noisy is a GREAT App! and can be used with an iPad app to show the appropriate volume in the class. The Pro version costs $2.00 and has some added features, but the free app is quite great!
Easy to use, just type in names, or copy names, and hit go! a timer can be launched once a name is picked as well!
Below, the following tools have been from the June 2014 issue:
Namez – This allows a library of names to be recorded for pronunciations, this can be added to email signatures too!
Canva – A designer to add visual effects to emails, letters or welcoming blogs!
Adobe Voice – The ability to add pictures, voice, create a story with images as you go along! More than 25,000 images to do so, and allows a new style of a rough draft!
Pixiclip – Creating, sharing, and narrating drawings, you can even record yourself talking too
Narrable – The ability to collect stories from parents and students. Pictures can be uploaded, a story narrated for each image. A classroom account is free for 60 days! These also can be shared via Facebook, email, and embedded in a blog!