The following is a "by-no-means-comprehensive" list of free or low-cost third party resources that can be used for creating engaging learning activities, improving course communication, and more. Please send your suggestions for this list to email@example.com. Include the names and links to your favorite EdTech Tools, how you use them, and why they are awesome, and we'll share!
Adobe Voice: free online tool – “create videos and include your voice in the videos.” SoundCloud: free online tool – “find music, create playlists, and connect with artists.”
VoiceThread: free online tool – “allows students to interact with a video presentation or PowerPoint presentation using their voice, text, or video.”
Piktochart: free online tool – "create, present, and print infographics"- Free for basic
Pixlr: free online tool – "crop, edit, and change filter of photos" - Free
Populr: free online tool – "easily create and track online pages."
Nearpod: free online tool – "create interactive presentations for your classroom."
SimpleMind: free online tool – "easy to use mind mapping tool."
DocuViz: free Chrome extension - "visualize the evolution of authors' contributions in a Google Doc"
Edpuzzle: free online tool – "create videos that are interactive and you can track the number of views."
Quizlet: free online tool – "study tools and flashcards studying games."
Socrative: free iOS and Android app - "create quizzes and activities"
This page is maintained by the Teaching & Technology Center. Send comments and suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Last reviewed 07/05/19.