Create timelines with Timetoast

Source: Timetoast timeline maker | Timetoast timelines Here’s a pretty cool looking timeline creator app. Timetoast (the free version) allows users to create public timelines. Unfortunately, I didn’t see any mention of an educational discount for the paid tiers, which add collaboration features. Also, there is only a Facebook login, so students will have to […]

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Removing things can also be an improvement

This article first appeared in the Eduk8me newsletter. Be sure to subscribe to be the first to get articles such as this. Life seems to get more complex every day, and for some things, we only have ourselves to blame. Although the mantras of Less is more and brevity is wit are well known, putting that thinking into action is […]

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Bookshlf curates book lists using people

Source: Bookshlf Can’t find a book for a student? Check out Bookshlf. It is a service where the curation of books happen by people, not algorithms. Think of it as Pinterest, but for books, not pictures. And like Pinterest, you need an account to see more than a few posts in a category. For Bookshlf, […]

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Totally free web based video editor!

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Source: Create amazing videos with our online video editor – Mastershot Before you get too excited, this video editor appears to be a work in progress. I had issues trimming video and there is no way to snap video clips on the time. As is, this can work in a pinch but it’s not a […]

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