Note Anywhere is a Chrome extension that allows you to attach a virtual sticky note to a webpage. The best part is that the note remains affixed to the webpage tab, so even if it gets closed it will re-appear when you open it up again. Learn more here in a posting at Lifehacker.
Five (5) ideas for combining map-making with storytelling… and not simply in English or the Social Sciences.
Richard Byrne at FreeTech4Teachers has recently updated his Favourite Tools for Screencasting. Since my favourite – Screencast-o-matic – is on the list, and I’ve been making some new screencasts lately, this seems an opportune time to share this. I still only use the free version of Screencast-o-matic and it does everything I need it to do. But even if you felt the need to upgrade, it’s only $15 a year. A bargain as things go for this kind of subscription. I have never tried either of his other recommendations. If you try them and like them please do report back and I can include it in a future posting.
Educreations is a unique interactive whiteboard and screencasting tool which allows you to annotate, animate, and narrate nearly any type of content as you explain any concept.