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Technology Tools

Check out some of these programs that can be used with students and classes to brainstorm ideas, enhance presentations, or provide alternative ways to communicate ideas.

  • Adobe Creative Cloud Express (formerly Adobe Spark)–create a variety of digital products; free version available
  • Creative Commons–royalty free open licensed images, music video, etc.
  • Word Cloud Generator: — generates “word clouds” from text that you provide
  • Padlet: Words That Stick — online notice board maker
  • Slideshare — Share presentations, documents, and videos
  • Canva–create infographics and digital presentations
  • Preceden — Create timelines online
  • SurveyMonkey — use for surveys, quizzes and much more
  • Puzzlemaker — Crossword maker
  • Mathtype  —  a program that allows you to type equations and present calculations. The program integrates with Word and both Windows and Mac . A 30-day trial version of the full program is followed by a “lite” version that is still very useful.
  • Chemsketch — a program that draws molecules, names organic molecules, and provides a template with a variety of science apparati. The program is very useful for both chemistry and biology.
  • SketchUp–create 3D models

Productivity Tools

  • WeVideo–board licensed audio and video and screencasting editor; select Login with Google on the log in screen
  •  Audacity  a free, open source software for recording and editing sounds. It is compatible with both Mac and Windows.

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