Hi everyone , this is Med wishing you all the best from Halifax,Canada. I hope you have had a great weekend and that you are ready to start a new week probably the last one before Christmas holiday. As is usual with articles like this one, Educational Technology and Mobile Learning prepares and reviews the new web tools that have been recently released . Our aim is to help you stay updated and keep you abreast of what is trending in the educational technology world. You can also check our Educational Web Tools page for more .
1- Easy PDF
Easy PDF is a cool web tool that lets you convert document files into PDF format. The process is very easy and it requires a quick sign up.
Plooky is a web tools that allows you to extract some weird and unusual articles from Wikipedia. It is so much fun to use.
This is a web tool that allows you to create your own mash-ups. You can mix sound, images, and videos right from YouTube, Loopcam, and Souncloud.
4- Teaching Kids News
Teaching Kids News offers some timely relevant news articles for students, teachers, and parents at home.
This is a great tool that you can use to write and save quick notes without having to do any registration or software download. You can access your notes anytime you want and you are also generated a URL link for each note you save
Claco is a platform where you can collaborate with educators across the globe in building lessons in real time and sharing you teaching skills together.
7- Gmail Notifier
Tired of checking your Gmail ? Have more than one account ? Gmail Notifier is the perfect solution for you - and its free ! With more than 20,000 users world wide, including Google Apps users, Gmail Notifier is becoming increasingly popular.
8- Cloud HQ
With this browser extension you can sync or replicate anything in your Dropbox, Evernote, or Basecamp account with Google Drive - directly from a Google Drive or Google Docs interface.
This is a video platform that allows users to search inside educational videos using words spoken in them .
10- Beyond Bubble
Beyond the Bubble unlocks the vast digital archive of the Library of Congress to create a new generation of history assessments. Developed by the Stanford History Education Group , Beyond the Bubble offers easy-to-use assessments that capture students’ knowledge in action – rather than their recall of discrete facts.