collaboration

Free Collaborative Video Creation with iPads

This is a guest post from Greg Kulowiec of EdTechTeacher.org, an advertiser on Free Technology for Teachers. 

Publishing student video that is created with iPads can be a challenging process, especially with younger students. Even schools that are Google Apps typically decide to turn off YouTube uploads to the student accounts. However, with the use of a handful of free applications, students can create video content on iPad, share their creation with a teacher, and then have the teacher upload to their YouTube channel or a class YouTube channel.

Stoodle: Free Virtual Whiteboard!

Need to communicate with students remotely in a pinch? Check out Stoodle, a free, online platform that allows you to quickly hop on a whiteboard. No sign-ups and no downloads required! This platform is super easy to use and has a very clean, modern interface.

LLU Live #18: Interactive Fiction

This entry is part 18 of 18 in the series LLU Live

inklewriterDuring today’s LLU Live Talk today we will talk about interactive fiction.

12 Smart iPad Apps For Collaborative Learning

12 Smart iPad Apps For Collaborative Learning Using the iPad for collaborative learning isn’t the most seamless thing in the world. For one, you have to define what you mean by collaborative learning, and here we...The post 12 Smart iPad Apps For Collaborative Learning appeared first on TeachThought.

Digital Project-Based Learning: 7 Tools for Student Collaboration

Digital Project-Based Learning: Seven Tools for Student Collaboration by Rob Sabo Education today often requires extensive collaboration between students and faculty. Team assignments are an excellent way to improve learning and help students develop the...The post Digital Project-Based Learning: 7 Tools for Student Collaboration appeared first on TeachThought.

Why We Collaborate

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Mass collaboration is the theme of this excellent TED Radio Hour. [See play button below.]
“The Internet as a tool allows for really brilliant people to do things that they weren’t really able to do in the past.” — Jimmy Wales

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