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Day 3:  Create More!

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Glogster - Voted the #1 Educational Tool by the Discovery Education Network.  One of my favorite sites.  Click here to download the Educator Resource Library PDF

Prezi - Create unbelievable multimedia presentations.  Another one of my favorites.

Windows Movie Maker - Click the link for a tutorial.  A basic video editing program that can be found on all CMS computers.

Keepvid - Did you know that you can download Youtube videos?  Just go to Keepvid, past the URL of the video you want, then download it.


Random Online Goodness

Blabberize - This site is a blast.  Upload a picture of a person or an animal and make them talk with your voice!

Voki - Create an avatar and make it say anything you want!  Very fun site.  You can use this on your wiki or blog.  You can even put it into a Discovery Education Lesson and have it speak the directions instead of having kids read them.

Google Search Stories - Very cool tool I recently discovered.  Give it a try.  Check out some examples here.

Screencast-O-Matic - It's like videotaping what you are doing on the computer.  If you are doing a project using a website or program, you can use this to create tutorials for your students.

Big Huge Labs - Tons of things to create.  I have barely scratched the surface on this one.



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