Free online Audio Editor – Aviary.com's Myna
On Twitter today @mrlosik said "Myna is hands down the best freebie I've used. It's to Garage Band what Google Docs is to Office." Cool.
(tags: multimedia audio)
Twiducate.com – Social Networking For Schools
Again, I haven't played with it yet, but this looks like another social microblogging option for small groups of students (such as a class, led by a teacher). I think @shareski posted this on twitter, and I'd love to learn more about it.
(tags: socialmicroblogging internetsafety)
Internet Copyrights: A Guide for Educators and Students « Curriki's Blog
I haven't watched it yet, but I always have my eye out for more "copyright" resources for educators. This video and the accompanying resources are being promoted by Curriki, an inspiring "open source" curriculum effort. :)
(tags: opensource copyright intellectualproperty)
Digital Storytelling Tools for Educators by Silvia Rosenthal Tolisano in Education & Language
This free ebook (and low cost book) might not only be a good resource for you, but also an inspiration. I'd love to see more educators self-publishing the resources that they create… for the benefit of others (and themselves).
(tags: books digitalstorytelling publishing)
Kidblog.org – Blogs for Teachers and Students
This site has been making the rounds in Twitter and Buzz – and will definitely be a part of my next "Blog If You Love Learning" workshop. From the about page: "Kidblog.org is built by teachers, for teachers, so students can get the most out of the blogging process. Kidblog meets the need for a safe and simple blogging platform suitable for elementary and middle school students. Most importantly, Kidblog allows teachers to monitor and control all publishing activity within the classroom blogging community. If you've tried (perhaps with limited success) other blogging platforms like Blogger, Edublogs, or WordPress.com, you'll notice the Kidblog difference immediately!"
(tags: blog edublog internetsafety)