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  • 1. GlosseryFrom Sweden
  • 2. Bambuser • Name: • Bambuser • Url • http://bambuser.com/ • Description: • Bambuser lets you broadcast live and interactive video from your mobile phone, webcam or DV camera — and its free! • Proposed by Eva 2
  • 3. Acreelman• Namn: Acreelman• Url: http://acreelman.blogspot.se/• Description: The Commonwealth of Knowledge has released a free book, Quality Assurance Toolkit for Open and Distance Non-formal Education, that outlines guidelines on how to assess quality in this area.• Proposed by 3 Kerstin in Kungälv
  • 4. BBC• Name: BBC• Url: www.bbc.co.uk• Description: News. Used in our English classes.• Proposed by: Marianne and Eva 4
  • 5. Biographies of Women Mathematicians• Name: Biographies of Women Mathematicians• Url: http://www.agnesscott.edu/lriddle/women/alpha.htm• Description: Alphabetical Index of Women Mathematicians• Proposed by: Maria in Kungälv. 5
  • 6. Cassio Peia• Name: Cassio Peia• Url: http://www.cassiopeiaproject.com/• Description: To make high definition science education videos available to anyone who wants them..• Proposed by: Maria in Kungälv 6
  • 7. Challenge based learning• Name: Challenge based learning• Url: http://www.challengebasedlearning.org/pages/about-cbl• Description: Challenge Based Learning is an engaging multidisciplinary approach to teaching and learning that encourages students to leverage the technology they use in their daily lives to solve real-world problems through efforts in their homes, schools and communities. 7• Proposed by: Kerstin from Kungälv
  • 8. Creaza• Name: Creaza• Url: http://www.creazaeducation.com• Description: Create, public and share digital stories• Not free.• Proposed by Eva 8
  • 9. English-zone.ComURLhttp://english-zone.com/index.phpDescriptionTest your knowledge- learn and improve your English spellingProposed by:Anna
  • 10. Flo-JoeURLwww.flo-joe.co.ukDescriptionA place on the web for cambridge exam preparationProposal of useteach and test the students on the skills, vocabulary andgrammarProposed byAnna
  • 11. Freephoto• Name:• Freephoto• Url:• http://www.freephoto.com/• Description:• Lots of photos from albums and webpages are found here. 11• Proposed by: Eva
  • 12. Global grant• Global grant• URL• http://www.globalgrant.com• Compatibility• Description• Global Grant has information on foundations, scholarships, grants and other grantors• Proposal of use• Free of charge if you local library offer this service. Very good for students.• Proposed by Eva 12
  • 13. Graph• Graph - a program to visualize functions• URL• http://www.padowan.dk• Compatibility• Any Windows computer (not MAC).• Description• Graph is an open source application used to draw mathematical graphs in a coordinate system. The program makes it very easy to visualize a function and paste it into another program. It is also possible to do some mathematical calculations on the functions.• Proposal of use• This tool can be used both by the teacher and the students. Either to prepare lessons or too show 13 functions live with the students.• Proposed by Minna Strid
  • 14. How Stuff Works• Name: How Stuff Works• Url:• http://science.howstuffworks.com/• Description: Used teaching science in the Adult Education• Proposed by Maria in Kungälv 14
  • 15. Ictmagic• Name: ICTMagic• Url: http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/• Description: First place for the 2011 Best Educational Wiki went to Martin Burrett for his ICTmagic wiki. It’s a truly inspiring collection of IT resources for students and teachers, and it’s sure to give you more ideas than you could possibly have time to try.• Proposed by: 15 Kerstin from Kungälv
  • 16. Issuu• Name:• Issuu• Url:• http://issuu.com/• Description:• Explore a world of publications by people and publishers alike. Collect, share and publish in a format designed to make your documents look their very best. 16• Proposed by: Eva
  • 17. Kali• Name: Kali• Url:http://www.geometrygames.org/Kali/index.html• Compatibility: Windows, Mac OS X, and others• Proposal of use:• DescriptionFor older kids: Diving deeper, high school and college geometry students may systematically explore the wallpaper, frieze and rosette groups. Kali’s Show Singularities command along with its Conway and IUC notation provide support for a theoretical analysis• Proposed by Eva 17
  • 18. Linné• Name: Linné• Url: http://www.linnaeus.uu.se/online/index-en.html• Description: On this website Uppsala University presents results of research relating to the work of one of the most famous professors throughout its history, namely Carl Linnaeus (Carl von Linné) (1707–1778)• Proposed by: Maria in Kungälv. 18
  • 19. Lyrics• Name: Lyrics• Url: www.lyrics.com• Description:• Find the lyrics to the songs. Used in lessons learning English.• Proposed by:• Marianne and Eva 19
  • 20. Lyricstraining• Name:• Lyricstraining• Url• http://www.lyricstraining.com/• Description:• LyricsTraining is an easy and fun method to learn and improve your foreign languages skills through the music videos and lyrics of your favorite songs.• Proposed by Eva 20
  • 21. Oxford dictionariesURLhttp://oxforddictionaries.com/page/spellingcommonmisp/common-misspellingsDescriptionList of common spelling. An electronic collection of over 2billion words of real English that helps us to see how peopleare using the language and also shows us the mistakes thatare most often made.
  • 22. Personalized learning• Name: Personalized learning• Url: http://www.personalizedlearningbc.ca/#/1• Description: Interactive Discussion guide about personal learning from British Columbia• Proposed by: 22• Kerstin from Kungälv
  • 23. Phet• Name. Phet• Url: http://phet.colorado.edu/• Description: Fun, interactive, research-based simulations of physical phenomena from the PhET™ project at the University of Colorado.• Proposed by: Maria in Kungälv 23
  • 24. Pics 4• Name:• Pics4• Url:• http://www.pics4learning.com/• Description:• Pics4Learning is a safe, free image library for education. Teachers and students can use the copyright-friendly photos and images for classrooms, multimedia projects, web sites, videos, portfolios, or any other project in an educational setting. 24• Proposed by: Eva
  • 25. Picture Dictionary• Name:• Picture Dictionary• Url:• http://www.pdictionary.com/• Description:• You can use language, English, French German, Italien, Spanish. A different way to learn a language. 25• Proposed by: Eva
  • 26. Pointofix• Name:• Pointofix• Url• http://www.pointofix.de/• Description:• With each Pointofix can display must be made available as a digital canvas, so that you can highlight important and can highlight. Thus Pointofix ideal for you as a teacher and IT trainer to support your presentations, training sessions and presentations.• Information:• How to use the language pack: First install the german Pointofix version 1.5.2008.08.07 (or higher). Then copy the desired translation file from the language pack into the Pointofix directory 26 and name the file to pointofix_translation.ini. Then restart Pointofix. Youll find further information in the readme file within the language pack.
  • 27. Resources for historyteachers• Name: Resourses for history teachers• url: http://resourcesforhistoryteachers.wikispaces.com/• Description: A rich, multimedia, cross-referenced sourcebook for anyone interested in teaching or learning about history.• Proposed by: Kerstin from Kungälv 27
  • 28. Spotify• Name:• Spotity• url:• http://www.spotify.com• Description:• Millions of tracks, any time you like. Just search for it in Spotify, then play it. Just help yourself to whatever you want, whenever you want it. 28• Proposed by Jennie
  • 29. Screenrecorder• Cost: Free of charge• Url:http://www.screenr.com/• Compatibilty: Both for Mac and Pc• Description: Could be very useful with E-learning• Proposed by: Eva 29
  • 30. Teachers in training videos• Name:• Teachers in training videos• Url• http://www.teachertrainingvideos.com/• Description• Lots of videos for teachers and students. Free of charge. 30• Proposal by Eva
  • 31. Teacher on demand• Name Teacher on Demand• Url http://www.teacherondemand.se/• Description Used teaching science. Both in swedish and English. The video is a good attractor to get people interested in the the website. If you have your own webpage you can upload your videos here and then embed your videos there. 31• Proposed by Maria in Kungälv
  • 32. Ted• Name: Ted in Talks• Url: http://www.ted.com/• Description: Riveting talks by remarkable people, free to the world. Facts, insights and humor.• Proposed by: Maria in Kungälv 32
  • 33. The MacTutor History ofMathematics archive• Name: The MacTutor History of Mathematics archive• Url: http://www-groups.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/index.html• Description: Created by the school of Mathematics and Statistics. University St Andrew’s of Scotland.• Proposed by: Maria in Kungälv 33
  • 34. Top Documentary films• Name: Top Documentary films• Url: http://topdocumentaryfilms.com/• Description Documentary Film is a broad category of visual expression that is based on the attempt, in one fashion or another, to document reality. Jan uses this in his classes of History and Religion. Lots of subjects to chose from.• Proposed by: 34 Jan and Eva
  • 35. Tree of Life Webbproject• Name: Tree of Life Webbproject• Url: http://tolweb.org/tree/phylogeny.html• Description:• Explore the tree of life. Very usuful in education.• Proposed by: Maria in Kungälv 35
  • 36. Understand Evolution• Name. Understand Evolution• Url: http://www.evolution.berkeley.edu/evolibrary/home.php• Description: Source for information on evolution• Proposed by: Maria in Kungälv 36
  • 37. Webbmatte• Webbmatte• Url:• http://www.webbmatte.se/eng_sprak.htm• Compatibility:• Windows 98 (or later).• - Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5 (or later).• - Windows Media Player or other media player which can read WMV-files.• - Text Size Medium in Internet Explorer (Choose Show - Text Size in the menu).• Description:• Webbmatte.se consists of material which can be used in many different ways and in many different situations. 37• The focus lies on the mathematical concepts and the material can be compared to a mathematical reference book with explanations.
  • 38. WolframAlpha• URL http://www.wolframalpha.com/• Compatibility Any computer with a web-browser• Description• You can type any equation or function and the program will calculate and draw a graph. It automatically finds the derivative and extreme points. It also illustrates integrals.• Proposal of use• This tool can be used both by the teacher and the students. Either to prepare lessons or too show functions live with the students. 38• Proposed by Minna Strid
  • 39. X-mind• Name: X-mind• Url: http://www.xmind.net/• Description: Brainstorming and mind mapping software• Proposed by: Kerstin from Kungälv 39