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Created for my EFL 537 class. It is an introduction to some techgnology tools that I find useful.

Created for my EFL 537 class. It is an introduction to some techgnology tools that I find useful.

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    • Technology Tools in the Classroom Chantel Bonner June 7, 2008
    • Jing
      • Jing is a free program that allows you to create screencasts.
      • Instead of writing instructions explaining how to do something on the computer, you can take pictures of you screen and add arrows and text to it.
      • You can also create videos that you can narrate!
    • Jing screenshot
      • www.jing.com
    • Audacity
      • Audacity is a free audio recording device. It allows you to edit recordings and has a variety of editing options. You are also able to convert your recordings to MP3 files so that they can be uploaded.
      • Note: For both Audacity and Jing screencasts, a microphone is required. These can be purchased for under $20.
    • Audacity screenshot
      • http://audacity.sourceforge.net/
    • Hot Potatoes
      • Hot Potatoes allows you to create interactive online activities.
      • Activities include multiple-choice, short-answer, crosswords, matching, gap-fill, and jumbled sentences.
    • Hot Potatoes cont.
      • Hot Potatoes is free of charge to anyone working for a publicly funded, non-profit educational institution (Visit the site for more information).
      • http://hotpot.uvic.ca/
    • Moodle
      • For the adventurous!
      • Similar to Blackboard. Teachers are able to create student accounts and manage the site. This is an active site that requires constant maintenance.
    • Moodle cont.
      • Teachers can add chat rooms, forums, student blogs, and online quizzes.
      • Teachers can make the site accessible by approved usernames and passwords and have total control over who can access the site.
      • Visit http://moodle.com/ for more information.