Want to show off your social media skills? Intel whipped up a nifty tool that I haven’t seen mentioned in many education blogs so I figured it’d be helpful to share. The tool is called What About Me? and it lets you create an infographic based on your social media accounts.
Want to get a beautifully simply visualization of data over time? It’s easy to use Dipity to create certain types of web content in a highly visual format. Consider using Dipity as a tool to map out the history of just about anything by creating multimedia timelines.
You don't need Keynote to convert a PowerPoint presentation to be used in an iBook, just go here!http://www.zamzar.com
Create your own "Dummies" cover! http://covers.dummies.com
IBook Author how-to's from the Dummy folks!
An Introduction to Creating Ebooks for the iPad (a free ebook)
By Nellie McKesson, Adam Witwer
Publishing with iBooks Author
It is a good idea to have students plan their words & filming prior to actually filming! Below are the various iMovie trailer outlines/storyboards that can be printed out for students to use for planning. (more will be added as they are put together!)
A great infographic isn’t about information or graphics. A great infographic tells a meaningful story that can be consumed in an instantly digestible seating.
Comic Life makes creating digital comics a snap. Use Comic Life to produce high quality comics for posting on the web, including in a movie or printing out for parents. With a comprehensive set of features, Comic Life gives students numerous ways to explore their creativity - tell a story, even quickly create fun and helpful "how-to" guides..pdf Link:comiclife_manual.pdf
Howtoons are cartoons showing kids of all ages "How To" build things. Each illustrated episode is a stand-alone fun adventure accessible to all. Excellent example of how students could use ComicLife to demonstrate their learning! http://www.howtoons.com
From MacInstruct: Using ComicLife in the Classroom
There are a variety of tools that can help students with their sharing their understanding. Click on an application name below to access its tutorials.