Look what I found! 03/03/2010

  • haring and reviewing documents and presentations with others can be quite a pain. crocodoc was built to change that, alleviating the need to email attachments back and forth, print and pass around hard copies, or install expensive collaboration software.

    crocodoc takes your PDFs, Word documents, and PowerPoint presentations, and lets you view and mark them up online. Documents can be shared with others, who can collaboratively highlight or strikeout text, add notes and comments, and make revisions. All files are stored securely on our servers, and can be password protected and encrypted for maximum security.

    tags: collaboration, documents, web2.0, share, annotation, tool

  • “Welcome to Keystone Commons, a place where educators and students can learn together.”

    tags: keystone, paiu, socialnetworking, paiunet, technology

  • Flash “tutorials” for “Bloom’s Taxonomy – An Overview” and “Bloom’s Taxonomy – Designing Activities”. These are GREAT interactive flash elements! The first one just gives an overview of each step of Bloom’s and the second one gives you ideas for activities at each level. LOVE IT!

    tags: Blooms, taxonomy, education, bloom, blooms_taxonomy, bloomstaxonomy

  • Fotobabble lets you create talking photos in two clicks. Simply upload a photo and then record your voice directly through your computer to create a talking photo. You can easily share it by e-mail, Facebook, Twitter or embed it into a blog or website.

    It’s free and all completely web-based. No software to download, just register and get started in seconds.

    tags: photos, audio, web2.0, voice, tools, photography

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