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8 March 2008
Multimedia Storytelling Options
Topic: Instructional Design
This is a great slideshow about creating multimedia slideshows...HIGHLY RECOMMENDED....for each options there are many links to examples.

Posted by tonywh2 at 7:28 AM EADT
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Record Videos Of Your Screen

Here is a new screencasting tool. Record and share your screen in a video.
 Record videos to help friends use their computer, training tips for other students, help people use your websites, blogs and wikis.


Posted by tonywh2 at 7:18 AM EADT
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2 March 2008
Add Interest To Your PowerPoint Presenatations
Topic: All subjects

This slide show demonstrates how to make your PowerPoint presentations more interesting.

Posted by tonywh2 at 6:31 PM EADT
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Add Your Signature To Your Emails
Topic: General
MyLiveSignature offers a FREE service for creating personal signatures.Spice up your emails, blogs and other digital content by adding your own signature. You can either scan the real thing or create  a signature from a wide range of fonts.

Posted by tonywh2 at 8:35 AM EADT
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Google's New Wiki Application
Topic: General

Some time ago Google acquired the wiki site, JotSpot, and has been developing it ever since.  Now it has been re-born within Google's new application, Google Sites, which makes "creating a team site as easy as editing a document". "People can work together on a Site to add file attachments, information from other Google applications (like Google Docs, Google Calendar, YouTube and Picasa), and new free-form content. Creating a site together is as easy as editing a document, and you always control who has access, whether it's just yourself, your team, or your whole organization.

Posted by tonywh2 at 8:30 AM EADT
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13 February 2008
Design Resources
Topic: General
Here is a designer's website that provides links to the designer's own and recommended resources that include General Design, CSS Design, Blogs and Blogging, Web Design Color Studies, Freelance Web Design, Web Standards, Other Neat Design Things - check out the free stock images section.

Posted by tonywh2 at 11:29 AM EADT
Updated: 13 February 2008 11:32 AM EADT
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11 February 2008
New File Hosting and Sharing Service
Topic: All subjects provides a highly scalable, reliable, fast and inexpensive platform to store and retrieve data, at any time, from anywhere on the web.
  • Fully drag and drop capability between files and folders.
  • Copy, Cut, Move, Delete, Rename and zip files or folders.
  • Folder publishing using direct links or RSS feeds.
  • Sharing with users with permission assignment.
  • Photo Album and Photo editing capabilities.
  • Word, excel online editing and PowerPoint presentation viewing.
  • Online music and video players.

Posted by tonywh2 at 7:46 PM EADT
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Find, Play and Save Music From the Web
Topic: General
Songbird enables you to find, play and save music  from the web using a browser interface. Check out this video to see Songbird's features and then download for free.

Posted by tonywh2 at 4:30 PM EADT
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10 February 2008
File Hosting and Sharing
Topic: All subjects
Box is a file sharing AND file collaboration service. Store your files (docs, pdf, audio and images) and invite others to share - send email to download - and edit. * Share documents or presentations with colleagues * Coordinate work on a group project with fellow students * Share photos and videos from an event with family and friends

Posted by tonywh2 at 8:17 AM EADT
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File Conversion Service
Topic: All subjects

KoolWire is a file conversion service that sends the  conversions via email. It has the ability to convert a Word, PowerPoint, and Excel files to PDF, as well as PDFs back to Word.  Additionally, it can take MP3s and Wavs back and forth.

From word, ppt, excel to PDF:
From PDF to Word:
From WAV to MP3:
From MP3 to WAV:

Posted by tonywh2 at 7:35 AM EADT
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8 February 2008
Create Your Student's 'Business' Card
Topic: General
A good business card is an essential tool for any designer but students can also create a 'business' card that demonstrates their creativity and design skills and provides contact details for prospective employers and colleagues. It’s important to think about what your business card says about you, as well as what to put on your business card,  You can find over a thousand inspirational logos, cards and website designs over at If that’s not enough, check out CreativeBits for more cool business card designs. Also at PSDTUTS we have two card tutorials - Making a Print-Ready Business Card Using Only Photoshop and Using the Vanishing Point Filter to Mock up a Business Card.

Posted by tonywh2 at 8:41 AM EADT
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7 February 2008
Create Slideshows That Can Be Edited By Others
Topic: All subjects
Fliptrack is a new slideshow creation tool that allows your slideshows to be edited by others. You can add music from a library (or your own), themes and crazy effects. It is an example of emerging collaboration tools on the web.

Posted by tonywh2 at 9:36 AM EADT
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Instructional Videos and Wikis
Topic: General
Three ex-Google employees have just launched a new site called Howcast that provides high-quality instructional videos and wikis that explain how to do just about anything. This site is incredibly well done. The videos are fun and entertaining. The design of the site is fabulous. Expect Howcast to get huge. This will be one serious distraction.

Posted by tonywh2 at 9:11 AM EADT
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Creating The Perfect Portfolio
Topic: All subjects
Here is an excellent article on creating your online portfolio. If you’re a student looking for a job then an online portfolio is pretty much mandatory. In many instances, your portfolio will be looked at without you present, without any other information about you, and probably by a person who has never spoken to or seen you in person. If your portfolio has to stand alone in a critical situation like hiring, it’s worth spending some time making sure it’s going to get the job done!

Posted by tonywh2 at 7:48 AM EADT
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Use Colour Effectively and Creatively
Topic: Website design
COLOURlovers™ is a resource that monitors and influences colour trends. COLOURlovers gives students and teachers - a place to check out a world of colour, compare colour palettes, submit news and comments, and read colour related articles and interviews.

Posted by tonywh2 at 7:44 AM EADT
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6 February 2008
Put your Videos on TV
Topic: General
A neat little web app that makes videos look like they are in a TV .Quickly and easily enhance your profiles and blogs. With Moonk you can create a slideshow from your favorite pictures; a videoshow from your best videos; and a jukebox from your greatest music hits. These players can then be integrated into pages like MySpace, Hi5, Friendster, Yahoo360°, and or used for your own personal website.

Posted by tonywh2 at 8:19 PM EADT
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5 February 2008
Essential Software for Teachers and Students
Topic: All subjects
A list of software essentials for teachers and students. Most are free

Posted by tonywh2 at 9:11 AM EADT
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30 January 2008
Create Great PowerPoint Presentations
Topic: All subjects
It’s not PowerPoint’s fault that presentations have become boring and useless. After all, it just supplies the tools and it’s what we do with it that matters.  Here are 70+ PowerPoint and Presentation Resources and Great Examples to assist your projects.

Posted by tonywh2 at 8:54 AM EADT
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19 January 2008
Create Charts Online
Topic: All subjects
Ever needed a chart for a report? Did you not feel like spending a couple of hours in Photoshop trying to make one? Look no further than the web for quick and simple chart makers. Here is a small selection of chart makers for your use in everyday life.

Posted by tonywh2 at 9:01 AM EADT
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Planner, Organiser, To Do List
Topic: All subjects
Remember The Milk is a great planner and organiser tool. Create as many lists as you need. Into tagging? Use the task cloud to easily see what you have to do. Want to store notes along with your tasks? You can do that too. Receive reminders via email, SMS, and instant messenger. An intuitive interface makes managing tasks fun. Set due dates easily with next Friday or in 2 weeks. Share, send and publish tasks and lists with your contacts or the world. Print your entire list or a handy weekly planner which shows upcoming tasks. View your tasks on your calendar with Apple iCal or Google Calendar. Read the FreeLance review of this product.

Posted by tonywh2 at 8:43 AM EADT
Updated: 19 January 2008 8:47 AM EADT
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