Mozilla’s X-Ray Goggles is a tool to learn how the web works by using it to inspect and re-edit a copy of any page on the web: X-Ray Goggles allow you to see the building blocks that make up websites on the internet, and then remix them into new creations. X-Ray Goggles lets you poke around the elements of a web page and remix them into new creations. Learn how to swap images, text, and more. Try a simple example more… »
Combine up to nine superimposed video tracks into one message about a topic. Meet Acapella… what's going on? pic.twitter.com/45lZMWWyBY — FUNNY (@VideosOfComedy) November 7, 2015 he killing it ??? pic.twitter.com/8Ck226xVSW — FUNNY (@VideosOfComedy) November 8, 2015 Okay, you may not have the harmony capabilities of the featured videos tweeted by @AcapellaVideos but you ought to be able to come up with a way to create a message in a short video, either featuring your voice/audio multiple times, or done as more… »
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Storify is likely the most versatile tool to collect disparate web content that you can weave in a stand alone collection. You can easily log into storify with your twitter login. The storify process includes using the tools on the right to find content from many social media services, or directly if you know the URL of the item you wish include. Once added to the vertical timeline on the left, you can re-arrange the order, and you can add more… »
If your students are tagging things in different social media services, you might want to give Tagboard a try. It can collect responses by tag from within Twitter, Flickr, Facebook, Vine, Instagram, and Google+, and it generates a Pinterest style visual display. You can sign in and create an account by using either your twitter, Instagram, or Facebook account. A free account allows you to create just one tagboard, so choose your tag wisely! By editing the settings, your Tagboard more… »
If you would like to set up a display for a public place that continuously animates the activity of a twitter hashtag, try Visible Tweets. For example you might use it: As an opening activity before or at the start of class. It might be a way to start discussion about the activity. Set up on a monitor or TV screen in a public area such as a student cafe or community. Often it is used at a conference or more… »
Twitter TAGs is a Google Spreadsheet created by Martin Hawksey to automatically save copies of tweets to a Google Spreadsheet for a specific hashtag or search item. By collecting this data, the spreadsheet offers a number of ways to view a summary of the activity, including a visualized “Conversation Explorer”. We recommend setting up a new TAGs spreadsheet every time you start a project where participants will communicate via a hashtag. One important note is that due to limitations of the more… »
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The repetitive nature of GIFs makes them excellent for demonstrating a process or series of activities. This short video shows a copy/paste on an iPad: A simple technique is to create a series of images, and to link them together one after another in a gif: There are two recommended tools, but each has a disadvantage: makeagif.com – is powerful and easy to use. You can make GIFs from images, videos, or online videos such as YouTube. (If you more… »