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PowToon is web-based software that allows you to create animated presentations. The free version has all the tools you need to create eye-catching animation with fairly minimal training. Your published work can be accessed via links, embedded, even uploaded to YouTube. They can be viewed on computers or mobile devices. Note that you can login to Powtoons with your Google apps account.
A Java-based screencasting tool that is widely used by teachers to create screencasts. It offers the ability to broadcast your entire screen. You can publish whatever you record straight to YouTube. There is a 15 minute recording cap with the free version which should suffice for most users.
WeVideo is an online video creation platform for video editing, collaboration, and sharing across iPhone, iPad, Android, Chromebook, MAC, PC. Login with Google Apps account.
Coggle is a freeware mind-mapping web application. Like other mind-mapping software, Coggle produces hierarchically structured documents, like a branching tree. Login with your Google Apps account.
Lucidchart is a web-based diagramming software which allows users to collaborate and work together in real time to create flowcharts, organisational charts, designs, mind maps, and many other diagram types. Login with your Google account.
Google Forms is a poular survey tool that is free and ease to use. In your Google Drive, click the Create button and select Form. Follow the process to create simple or more extensive surveys. Look for the Summary of Responses option to have graphs created instantly. Click Here for help on using Google Forms.
Schoology Polls allows you to create anonymous polls in your course to receive live feedback as members vote. This can be used for exit tickets or a quick check for understanding. Click here for help using Schoology Polls.
Poll Everywhere is an online classroom response system. Students can respond through text, twitter or web browser. Responses can be shown in a presentation or by displaying a website. Pictures can be used in the prompts.
Photos and videos can be viewed an managed in your Google Drive. If you store photos and videos in your Google Drive you can also choose to view each folder as an album in Google+. Click here for more information on photos in Google Drive.
Lucidpress is a web-based drag and drop publishing app, enabling anyone to create stunning content for print and digital. Login with your Google Apps account.
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