(13, filtering, elementary, middle, parent-permission-required-under-13)
StoryJumper is a site which allows the user to create and publish storybooks. The user can decide if the book is available to the public or private. Teachers are able to create classroom accounts.
Take a look at The Legend of Momoraro example book.
(13, no-filtering, elementary, middle, high,
Mash your ideas and media together with friends in a dynamic whiteboard wiki. Using photos, videos, and other web content you can instantly create brainstorms, presentations, scrapbooks, and enjoy an interactive chat with more than 50 friends.
It’s your whiteboard.
Nota is an online place where you can create documents, and instantly add to them almost anything you like. You can drop in pictures from Flickr. Videos from YouTube. Text, drawing, you name it. It’s all in Nota. If you can imagine it, you can do it – in seconds.
Here are some examples made by Nota users.
Nota is a perfect tool for learn new topic: with Nota, you can insert photos or videos related to the topic easily from the web, and then you can edit your own notebook on the web. For more about educational use cases, visit our educational usecase page.
You can make your own recipe book with photos and drawings, or even with cooking video. With Nota, it’s easy to place photos anywhere you like, and decorate them as you like.
Let’s make a surprizing card for your friend who is moving out. You can co-edit Nota site with your classmates together in real time. After gathering messages, let’s send it to your friend.
Let’s keep your trip in memories with Nota. Nota helps you to create your own trip diary in no time. You can paste your own photos and videos in your PC or in your web album (such as Picasa, Facebook, Flickr), or paste free-licensed photos and videos very easily. Then you can write or decolate as you like.
How about to enjoy free graffiti on the web? With Nota, you can enjoy drawing with your friend simultaneously, even if the friend lives far away from you.
(no filtering, secondary level)
With LiveMinutes, just share a meeting link with your peer, upload your docs, discuss and annotate them in real-time (in-browser audio or Skype), and capture the meeting’s interaction in beautiful reports!
This works great for discussing a presentation, a PhotoShop design, or an Excel budget. The meeting might start with a discussion on a document, but often participants need to draw a schema or fetch content on the Web. LiveMinutes integrates all these tools in one.
At the end of the meeting, LiveMinutes generates a beautiful report capturing the meeting’s interaction. Teams can keep track of meetings and decisions made, and pass the information to others.
(no filtering, parent permission under 13, secondary)
Audioboo is a mobile & web platform that effortlessly allows you to record and share audio for your friends, family or the rest of the world to hear.
Audioboo is the simplest way
to share audio.
It’s fantastic for many things.
Impromptu interviews that you can put on your website, ambience that just sound wonderful, music you’ve made yourself, a record of your children growing up or even a full blown radio show. You can use it for reporting, for story-telling, educational use or quick tips.
Think of it as your audio digital archive, your web connected dictaphone or simply a great way to let your friends know what you’re up to.
Ediscio is an online flash card box. If you have to learn a lot of stuff, Ediscio is the flashcard-tool of your choice. It provides you a swiss-army-knife-like variety of features, even for collaboration, and for mobile learning as well.
Teachers can create their classes and add the flash cards to their box. They can then assign flash cards to their class. They can also choose from other flash cards that have been produced by others to assign to their class as well.
Each class board also contains a discussion board for students.
Storybirds are short, art-inspired stories you make to share, read and print.
Read them like books, play them like games, and send them like greeting cards. They’re curiously fun.
Teachers can sign up for a teacher account to manage students without emails, create assignments, and build beautiful libraries. Authors choose from a wide variety of art to go along with a story, write their story and then share it or print it out.
Museum box provides the tools and allows you to build up an argument or description of an event, person or historical period by placing items in a virtual box. You can display anything from a text file to a movie. You can also view the museum boxes submitted by other people and comment on the contents.
Teachers may register for this site and once registered they can add student names for their students to use their account.