[Page under construction] Reading Article: UDL Tools Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) Tools Contrast Checker Screen Reader for Google Chrome NV Access
For a full list of tools with notes on evaluation, see the Tool Resource List. *Denotes some level of interactivity is available (embedded quizzing, discussions, polling, etc.). Screencast (Screen Capture) iSpring* Screencast-o-matic Camtasia Zoom Snagit Adobe Presenter Kaltura Loom Panopto* Echo360* Flipgrid* Edpuzzle* GoReact* Microsoft PowerPoint Screencast (Lecture Capture) Panopto* Echo360* Animations Powtoon Vyond ToonlyContinue reading “Video Tools”
For a full list of tools with notes on evaluation, see the Tool Resource List. The following tools allow instructors and students to connect via the web in a social environment. Web Conferencing Zoom WebEx Google Hangouts Interactive Video Panopto Echo360 Flipgrid (free for educators) EdPuzzle (free for educators) GoReact Vialogues VideoAnt NearPod Polling Kahoot!Continue reading “Social Tools”
For a full list of tools with notes on evaluation, see the Tool Resource List. The following tools are useful in building interactive scenarios for self-paced learning: Articulate Storyline H5P iSpring Twine (free) It is also possible to build scenarios in Microsoft PowerPoint, although the navigation functionality is less than ideal for users.
For a full list of tools with notes on evaluation, see the Tool Resource List. Articulate Storyline H5P iSpring WordMint EduCandy
For a full list of tools with notes on evaluation, see the Tool Resource List. Interactive (Click Through) Articulate Storyline iSpring Twine (Free) H5P Microsoft PowerPoint Infographics Adobe Spark Canva Venngage
For a full list of tools with notes on evaluation, see the Tool Resource List. Tools for assessments (some with additional polling functionality): Articulate Storyline H5P iSpring Socrative NearPod Quillionz Respondus Polling only: Kahoot! Mentimeter Poll Everywhere
A detailed checklist for evaluating instructional tools is available here. Minimum Requirements Licensing: Does the company offer a license that allows for commercial use? Commercial and/or CC BY licenses generally work best. Tools with a share-alike license are eligible for use but content created must be available for free public access. Ownership: Who owns theContinue reading “Tool Evaluation”
Here are a few books that helped me better understand user behavior to support instructional design.
Cultural Digital Emotional Financial Health Information Data for Analytical Activities: Gapminder Data for Analytical Activities: NetLogo Mathematical Reading/Writing YouTube Channel: Learn English with James (audience is ESL, but a useful resource for grammar and writing)