Use blist to publish lists and data on the web. Upload your Excel or CSV, and then post a blist in your website, wiki, or
blog. There's no software to install, no sign-up required, and it's free to use.
OneNote Microsoft Office Product
OneNote 2007 helps you save, organize, and retrieve notes and information. With powerful search tools and shared
notebooks, OneNote makes it easier for people to work together.
Create, clip, and share notes on the web and see them everywhere
Google Forms http://www.google.com/
Create forms that students can fill out – all answers go to your Google Docs account where it is tallied for ease of use.
This program is a very easy and inexpensive way ($40-$60) to create step by step tutorials with pictures.
Screen recording and narration software
Jing Project http://www.jingproject.com/?gclid=CMOt9M_ikpoCFQ6jagodKXkfMw
Free version of Camtasia (by the same company) – Screen recording and narration
Web authoring software – create web pages or online syllabi.
Out Of Office Assistant
Microsoft Office Outlook. Go to Tools – then Out of Office Assistant
Discussion Board Subscriptions
Angel – Communication Page – Find the specific forum and click the subscribe button right underneath.
Blackboard – When creating the forum be sure you allow subscriptions. Then to subscribe go into the specific forum and
click the “subscribe” button on the top right.
Presentation: How To Make Your Life “Blist”fully Less Stressful
Charlene Gore, May 7, 2009 Contact info:
Teaching & Learning Conference email: firstname.lastname@example.org