A simple tool for creating stories by recording voice over your own images or a library of themes, and images.
Take already existing . videos from Youtube, Khan Academy, Crash Course, etc. or upload ·your own. Add your voice or questions t,o the video to enable self-paced learningwith interactive lessons. Track participation, progress, and see the ' answers they give. The web app is available from your device browser.
Adobe Scan - PDF Scanner (Free)
Adobe Scan is a portable scanner that recognizes text automatically (OCR) in PDF files ready to be uploaded to the Adobe Cloud.
Genius Scan is a scanner in your pocket. Quickly scan your documents on the go and export them as JPEG or multi-page PDF files.
The app (purchase required $29.99/1user) is a multimedia poster tool for creating posters from your device web browser and sharing.
The app (purchase required) is a tool to mark up, and share PDF, DOC, PPT and image files in iPad/iPod Touch/ iPhone.
From your device browser, create a quiz or a survey that your students respond to through any device that has a web browser (iPhone, iPad, Android device, Chromebook). Your Kahoot questions can include pictures and videos.
Norton Snap is a QR code scanner. It also provides warnings of dangerous QR codes and blocks unsafe websites before they load on your device.
Poll Everywhere (Free for 25 participants)
Creating questions for live interaction for powerpoint presentations; Inviting audience to response; Viewing the results.
Remind offers teachers a free, safe and simple way to instantly text students & parents. Teachers, coaches, or administrators can send reminders, assignments, homework, assessments, or motivational messages directly to students' & parents' phones. Including: regular text messages, voice clips and attachments. You can also schedule texts. Messaging is safe because phone numbers are kept private.
Skitch is a free app that helps you communicate visually with friends, co-workers, and the world. Can markup and edit images.- can add text, highlight, blur, arrows, sticker to mark images. Tip: Share a diagram of the earth’s layers and have students label it with you.