Audio & Video Tools
These tools are used for creating audio files or video files within the classroom. These can be used in conjunction with presentation tools to create or to have students create projects.
Use Vimeo to upload and share videos. Vimeo is similar to YouTube.
YouTube is a video-sharing website. Users can watch videos or upload videos and it is considered a social media site because users can also comment, responding to the content.
Imcompetech.com is a website that allows you to download royalty-free music through their online database.
Use Jing, a free screencasting software, to capture short online videos.
Use WeVideo to create or assign video projects. Students can create and collaborate by sharing video clips, then upload finished projects to youtube or vimeo to present.
Download historic music from a list of genres within Digital History, an online database housing historical educational resources.
Use easel.ly to create and share infographics.
Use the free website Screenr to record instant screencasts of up to five minutes.
Use this free downloadable photoediting software to improve existing photos. Photos can be shared through social media or saved. http://ipiccy.com/