.Now use Web 2.0
technology to interact, collaborate, network, and entertain through blogs, wikis, social networking
tools, and multiplayer games; many of these individuals enjoy the thrill of instant
self-publishing and feel stimulated by their dynamic interactions online.
Innovative teachers are frequently using intuitive programs and websites that are easy to learn.
Teachers have long had the option of creating a website or providing lists of online resources, but all of this has become much simpler in the past few years.
Google Docs links to a Gmail account, so students can easily move from school to home to library while still being able to access their work.
Google forms can help you distribute and gather information
Create a class website or blog on this free, easy-to-use site
Set up blogs here for yourself or your students, and you can control the safety settings. This is an easy way to get students writing more without the formality of an essay or research paper.
This is a great place for group or classroom projects because multiple users can edit documents. Or, use it to build an educational wiki full of quality websites and reference materials for your students.
This site has many of the same features as Facebook and Twitter but is designed specifically for education. You can gather materials for your class, connect with other teachers, and organize groups of students for collaborative learning. Students can ask questions of you or their peers.
your doc, pdf, word, movie in an interactive flipbook. It's very easy: upload
your file and you will receive an email with the url to your creation. You can
share this with your friend, family... by email, on your blog, on facebook or
paperback storybooks and professionally typed, hardback classbooks. Make free
books from every student's story. Make a free book for the classroom where
every student is an author and illustrator of a page in a classbook
place to publish original stories for kids, read by kids
open source software for recording and editing sounds. It is available for Mac
OS X, Microsoft Windows, GNU/Linux, and other operating systems.
free sound, audio and wav editor for editing, processing and recording sounds,
wav and mp3 files. It has all the features to edit audio produce music loops,
analyze, record, batch convert.
The Wavosaur freeware audio editor works on Windows 98, Windows XP and Windows
free online tool for audio sharing. Enables users to record, upload, listen to
and share sound bites easily. Able to record directly, use text to speech or
upload own audio file. Can then embed to any site.
powerpoints to share with others. Supports ppt, pps & pot (PowerPoint),
pdf, odp (OpenOffice); Keynote users can save as pdf, doc, rtf, xls (MSOffice),
odt & ods (OpenOffice) & pdf
Upload your slides, keynote or powerpoint and
video. Publish to any webpage
your design. Add photos, videos, words, music. Email, blog or print it.
JANETE IXMATLAHUA SÁNCHEZ