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Take notes while you watch a video with VideoNot.es and your annotations are saved to your Google drive account. Quite Useful!
On this Memorial Day we honor all Americas fallen heroes. Artist Scott LoBaio honors and helps America’s heroes and wounded warriors by creating giant painted murals of the American Flag on buildings.
WeVideo is an easy to use video editing tool that one uses online. Create video with your phone or camera and send it right up to WeVideo instantaneously. The editing tools within WeVideo are easy to use, works in three browsers, are collaborative, and includes royalty free graphics and effects. WeVideo is an effective tool for teachers and students that want to create “how to” videos, or to document artwork, art exhibitions and create video critiques.
Padlet is an interactive online learning wall where the user can add images, media, files, pdf’s, and just about anything else they want to create a unique learning environment. I recently used Padlet with my students to look at and discuss benchmark artwork. What I loved within Padlet was that my students could interact and discuss the artwork right on Padlet without an account. I was also able to embed the Padlet that I created within my classroom Wiki. * Padlet is now the former Wallwisher with many more capabilities.
What will you read this summer? Goodreads is an interesting website with many features geared to help you decide! I spent quite awhile at Goodreads exploring the site and all it’s features. Goodreads is also a community of readers sharing their likes and dislikes. The site has been up and running since 2007 and has 17 million readers reviewing and sharing what they have read. I really like the bookshelf feature which allows you to organize the books that you have already read, or want to read.
From Art journaling, scrapbooks, media processes, materials organization and just plain great visualizations, Limor Webbor’s Mixed Media Fridays You tube Video stream is a treasure trove of ideas and inspiration!
Clippingmagic is an online site that allows you to easily remove backgrounds from images.
At Eschersketch you can create cool Escher type designs right on your screen. Change colors, line thickness and design on Eschersketch to make beautiful backgrounds and patterns.
I just love the freedom in this tool and plan on using it with my Graphic Design kids tomorrow! Just screenshot or snip your screen to save your image.Created by MIT License Anselm Levskaya. Love it!
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