T4LT - More Video Tools

We've looked at a few animation video tools in previous episodes. Naturally, there are more to talk about. In this episode we focus on videos that offer engaging, interactive experiences for the viewer.

Sites mentioned in this episode: Powtoon (http://www.powtoon.com/) EDpuzzle (http://edpuzzle.com/) Wideo (http://wideo.co/) Blubbr (http://www.blubbr.tv/)

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T4LT - Open Educational Resources - Part 3

More Open Educational Resources!

Websites mentioned in this episode:
-OER Consortium (http://oerconsortium.org/)
-Connexions (http://cnx.org/)
-OpenStax College (https://openstaxcollege.org/)
-Saylor Academy (http://www.saylor.org/)
-Coursera (https://www.coursera.org/)
-EdX (https://www.edx.org/)
-Canvas Network (https://www.canvas.net/)
-Education Portal (http://education-portal.com/)
-Annenberg Learner (http://www.learner.org/)

T4LT - Branching Scenarios

Remember choose-your-own-adventure stories? Take a look at Twine, Inklewriter, Powerpoint or Google Forms as tools to help create such digital stories for your courses.

Links in this episode 

T4LT - Socrative

Socrative (Pronounced soh-CRA-tive - stay tuned to the end to see why this is important), is a web-based question response system for any class and your polling pleasure. The applications for education range from a quick comprehension check to friendly in-class competitions where correct responses can win the race. We found it to be an elegantly designed system that will take no time to learn and has the features instructors are looking for.

T4LT - Group Tools

Digital tools for group collaboration are plentiful. Which tool is best will vary on the needs of the group work and preferences of those involved. Share resources and files, collaboratively create documents and presentations, or manage entire projects from start to finish.

Sites mentioned in this episode:

Google Docs
Google Drive

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T4LT - Rubrics

Students want meaningful feedback and need it to learn. Rubrics are one way to provide expectations and/or feedback to students and can help you make your scoring consistent as you look at the 20th essay on the role Gettysburg played in the Civil War. The eLearning system powered by Angel has its own Rubric Manager. For those who need more inspiration or off-site access, you might try Rubistar or iRubric at the links to follow.


T4LT - Sharing Resources (Part 2)

This is part 2 of our sites for sharing and finding shared content across the web. In this episode, we highlight a few big players like MIT and Yale, as well as current (and future) Angel/eLearning features such as the learning object repository and Blackboard's soon to launch xpLor site/software.

Sites mentioned in this episode: