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Camtasia: Screen Recorder

Camtasia is an easy to use screen recorder that allows you to create professional videos. You can easily record your screen movements and actions, or import an already created video from a camera or another source. Camtasia allows you edit and customize this content on both Mac and Windows platform. This software offers a variety […]

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Good Drive Add-Ons

    Google Drive now includes additional add-on features, or third party extensions, that allow you to add all kinds of functionality to your documents, including signing faxes, creating bibliographies, and much more. Below I have complied a list of some add-ons that can be used for high educational use. Click on the title of […]

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ShowMe: Presentation/Tutorial Application

Are you looking for an alternative presentation format to Keynote, PowerPoint, or even Prezi?  Or a way to easily flip your classroom?  ShowMe is a popular presentation and tutorial app for your iPad that allows professors and students to create and share lessons.  It also provides you access to ShowMe’s database of reusable lessons, therefore […]

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Dirt: Digital Research Tools

There are many powerful tools on the Internet, and sometimes websites do a great job of condensing a lot of useful sites; such is the case with DiRT Directory. “The DiRT Directory is a registry of digital research tools for scholarly use. DiRT makes it easy for digital humanists and others conducting digital research to […]

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Swvil: Capture Solution

Swivl is a robotic mobile accessory, app and connected cloud services made to help you improve skills and organizational performance with video. You can use Swvil for lecture capture, assist in flipping the classroom, distance learning, and much more. To find out more about Swvil visit the website below. http://www.swivl.com/ The Office of Information Technology […]

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Pixlr: Free on Desktop

Pixlr is a free photo editor that can be accessed online.  Recently, Pixlr created a free desktop program in order for users to edit photographs or images on their personal computers, without having to access the Internet.  For more on this exciting addition and free online photo editing tools, check out the Pixlr Gizmodo article by Pranav […]

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Google Hangouts: Online Communication Tool

Google Hangouts is Google’s free video-conferencing tool that is available for teachers to use as part of Google Apps for Education. Up to 10 participants can join a Google Hangout at a time. This is a good alternative to WebEx. Like WebEx, professors can record Hangout discussions as a resource for other students. Professors can […]

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Guest Post: Jing and Assessment

This summer the HPU Tech Blog will be featuring blog posts from professors at High Point University who are actively using technology tools in the classroom.  This is the ninth in the series, written by Allison Walker.  Allison Walker is an Instructor of English.  Here is her post: Jing is my favorite assessment tool. Jing allows me […]

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