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1. Main Category

1.1. Sub category

1.1.1. Further sub category

1.1.1.1. Link to Sandbox page

1.1.1.2. link to the tool

1.1.1.3. link to relevant UBC resource (often software is available at UBC)

2. Image Tools

2.1. Image Editing

2.1.1. Pixlr: Free online image editor

2.2. Open Access Images

2.2.1. Image search tips

2.2.2. Creative Commons Image Search

2.2.3. Open access image search platforms

2.2.3.1. Stockvault: Free Stock Photos and Graphics

2.3. Reverse Image Search

2.3.1. Google reverse image search engine

2.3.2. Tiny Eye

2.4. Photo Collages

2.4.1. PicCollage

3. Video Tools

3.1. Video Editing

3.1.1. iMovie

3.1.2. VivaVideo: Free Video Editing Software for Mobile

3.2. Video and lecture capturing tools

3.2.1. Green screen

3.2.2. Lightboard: produce short videos while writing or drawing on a board of illuminated glass

3.2.3. MediaSite: a lecture-capture platform that allows instructors to create digital recordings of multimedia-rich presentations

3.2.4. One-Button Studio: record lectures and presentations with the touch of a button and leave with a finished video file

3.3. Animated Videos

3.3.1. Vyond: create animated videos

3.3.2. VideoScribe

3.3.2.1. VideoScribe: create animation videos on a virtual whiteboard

3.4. Live Streaming

3.4.1. Facebook Live Video streaming

3.5. Screen Recording

3.5.1. Camtasia: Video editing and screen recording

3.5.1.1. Camtasia UBC resource

3.5.2. Snagit: a screen-capture desktop software to easily capture, modify, markup, and share screenshots and basic video captures of their computer screens. .

3.6. From Photos to Videos

3.6.1. iMotion

3.7. Sharing platforms

3.7.1. Kaltura: Embed videos directly in a Connect or Canvas course

4. Presentation Tools

4.1. Prezi

4.2. Haiku Deck

4.3. Emaze

4.4. White boards presentations

4.4.1. Explain Everything: Collaborative Interactive Whiteboard App

4.4.2. ShowMe: Interactive Whiteboard

5. Surveys, polls and assessment Tools

5.1. Surveys and polls

5.1.1. Google forms

5.1.2. Survey Monkey

5.2. Clickers or Student Response Systems (SRS)

5.2.1. Mentimeter

5.2.2. Kahoot

5.2.3. Poll Everywhere

5.2.4. Plickers

5.2.5. Interactive Classrooms: iClickers for active learning

5.2.5.1. Clickers in UBC

5.3. Assessment

5.3.1. Examsoft: Assessment creation and analysis

5.3.2. Freshgrade: portfolio and assessment platforms

5.3.3. Socartive: Formative assessment

5.3.4. eReview

5.3.5. Crowdmark

5.3.6. examity

5.3.7. Proctorio: remote proctoring so students can take exams from anywhere

5.3.8. Respondus Quiz: an assessment software for creating and managing exams or quizzes

5.4. Alternative Formative Assessment

5.4.1. Kaizena: Embed Voice comments in google docs

5.4.2. CLAS: Collaborative Learning Annotation System

5.4.2.1. CLAS resource

5.4.3. Peer assessment

5.4.3.1. PeerWise

5.4.3.1.1. PeerWise: students create questions related to a course and then answer, rate, and comment on questions submitted by their peers

5.4.3.2. ComPAIR

5.4.3.3. iPeer: customize and receive students' evaluations of one another

5.4.4. Webwork: students receive instant feedback on answers to problems and instructors can allow for multiple attempts until a student finds the correct solution

5.5. Feedback and evaluations

5.5.1. CoursEval

5.5.2. Form Builder

6. Communication

6.1. Social Media

6.1.1. Blogs

6.1.1.1. UBC blogs

6.1.2. Blogs and social media

6.2. Web Conferencing

6.2.1. Big Blue button: Web conferencing for online learning

6.2.2. Mystery Skype in the classroom: guess where they're calling from!

6.2.3. Skype in the Classroom

6.2.4. Webinar: video presentations

6.2.5. Zoom.us

6.2.6. Blackboard Collaborate Ultra

6.2.7. Blue Jeans

6.3. Collaboration

6.3.1. Text editors

6.3.1.1. Etherpad: online editor for collaborative editing

6.4. Discussions

6.4.1. Vialogues: Videos and dialogues, tag the video and comment on it

6.4.2. Piazza: encourage written discussions in an online question-and-answer application

6.4.3. Mattermost Chat: ETS guide

7. Assistive Technologies

7.1. AT for Reading

7.1.1. Text to speech

7.1.1.1. Read & Write Resource

7.1.1.1.1. Read & Write

7.1.1.2. Natural Reader Resource

7.1.1.3. Voice Dream

7.1.1.4. Balabolka

7.1.1.5. Speak it!

7.1.2. Coloured text

7.1.2.1. BeeLine Reader

7.1.2.2. Spiritz

7.1.2.3. Readsy

7.2. AT for Vision Assistance

7.3. AT for writing

7.3.1. Speech to Text

7.3.1.1. Read & Write

7.3.1.2. Voicedream

7.4. AT for communicating

7.4.1. Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC)

7.4.1.1. Verbally

7.5. AT for studying

7.6. Built-in Accessibility Features

7.6.1. for your Laptop

7.6.2. other devices

7.7. AT for color blind students

8. Management Systems

8.1. Learning management systems

8.1.1. Absorb

8.1.2. Moodle

8.1.3. Canvas

8.1.3.1. Student guide to Canvas

8.1.4. Connect

8.2. Classroom Management systems

8.2.1. Edsby: Learning analytics

8.2.2. Google Classroom

8.3. Classroom communities

8.3.1. Classdojo: Connecting Teachers, parents and students

8.4. Content Management Systems

8.4.1. Joomla: For creating websites

8.4.2. Weebly

8.4.3. Wix

8.4.4. Wordpress

9. Organization

9.1. Time Management

9.1.1. Task management

9.1.1.1. Habatica: turn your life into a game one task at a time

9.1.1.2. Trello

9.1.2. Timeline creators

9.1.2.1. Tiki-Toki

9.1.2.2. Creating timelines using TimeToast

9.2. Brainstorming

9.2.1. padlet

9.3. Organizing Ideas

9.3.1. Concept maps

9.3.1.1. Coggle

9.3.1.2. Mind Mup 2.0

9.3.1.3. Popplet

9.3.1.4. MindMeister

9.3.2. Wordclouds

9.3.2.1. Answer Garden

9.3.3. notes

9.3.3.1. Sticky notes

9.3.3.2. Voice notes

9.3.3.2.1. Mic Note: Audio recorder and notepad

9.4. Social Bookmarking Tools

9.4.1. diggo

9.4.2. Symbaloo

9.4.3. Delicious

9.4.4. evernote

10. On the Horizon

10.1. Augmented Reality (AR)

10.1.1. Augment

10.1.2. AR Flash Cards

10.1.3. HP Reveal (Aurasma)

10.1.4. Quiver (Coloring for children)

10.1.5. Layar

10.1.6. Thinglink

10.1.7. Greenscreen

10.1.8. Elements 4D (Chemistry)

10.1.9. Anatomy 4D

10.2. Virtual Reality (VR)

10.2.1. DIY Google Cardboard glasses

10.2.2. Discover sites, places and experiences

10.2.2.1. Google Expeditions

10.2.2.2. The New York Times VR

10.2.2.3. Discovery VR

10.2.2.4. Within

10.2.2.5. Shakespeare's Globe 360

10.2.2.6. Sites in VR: explore landmarks virtually

10.2.2.7. King tut

10.2.2.8. RYOT: features 360 educational films

10.2.3. Science and space explorations

10.2.3.1. Universe Sandbox

10.2.3.2. Anatomyou VR

10.2.3.3. Virry: Animal exploration for kids

10.2.3.4. Star chart

10.2.4. Create and view VR experiences

10.2.4.1. Google tour creator

10.2.4.2. Google Street View

10.2.4.3. InVR

10.2.5. VR educational games

10.2.5.1. In Cell: Journey inside the human cell

10.2.5.2. Inmind: Journey into human brain

10.2.5.3. Cleanopolis VR: Fight climate change (age 4+)

10.2.6. Resources on VR in education

10.2.6.1. Virtual Reality in Education

10.3. Mixed Reality

10.3.1. Microsoft Hololens

10.4. Makerspace

10.4.1. Applied Design Skills and Technologies

10.4.2. SEL and Tech Integration at WKTEP

10.4.3. Pop Up making

10.4.4. Stop Motion Studio

10.4.5. Tinkercad: Free 3D designing and printing tool

10.4.6. Robotics

10.4.6.1. Ozbot

10.4.6.2. Sphero

10.4.7. Coding

10.4.7.1. Canada Learning Code

10.4.7.2. Code.org

10.4.7.3. Hour of Code

10.4.7.4. W3C Schools: online web tutorials

10.4.7.5. Scratch: Drag and Drop Programming

10.4.7.6. Unplugged Coding: integrating coding activities in your classroom

10.4.7.7. Blockly games

10.4.7.8. CS unplugged

10.4.7.9. Make wonder: Robotics and coding activities for kids

10.4.8. Circuits

10.4.8.1. Paper Circuits

10.4.8.2. Arduino

10.4.8.3. Squishy Circuits

10.4.9. MakeyMakey

11. Digital Story Telling

11.1. Stop Motion Video

11.2. Twine: Interactive non linear stories

11.3. Storybird

12. Design

12.1. Infographics, brochures, posters, etc.

12.1.1. Canva

12.1.2. Piktochart: Creating attractive infographics

12.2. GIFs

12.2.1. create your own GIFs

13. Map key

14. Lesson Planning resources

14.1. Interactive lessons

14.1.1. Flipped classrooms

14.1.1.1. Edpuzzle: Enables self-paced learning with interactive lessons. Add your voice and questions to a video

14.1.2. Nearpod: Create and use interactive lessons

14.1.3. online Worksheets

14.1.3.1. SnapType: Take your Worksheets online

14.1.4. Flashcards

14.1.4.1. Quizlet

14.1.5. Respondus Studymate: a desktop software instructors can use to create animation-based activities and games.

14.2. Subject Specific resources

14.2.1. Maps

14.2.1.1. My Maps: Google interactive maps

14.2.2. Language

14.2.2.1. CommonLit

14.2.2.2. Thinkmap: Visual Thesaurus

14.2.3. Science

14.2.3.1. Frontiers for Young Minds

14.2.4. Arts and crafts

14.2.4.1. Ceramics and Tech Integration

14.2.5. Music

14.2.5.1. The Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra (Game and Music piece)

14.2.5.2. Noteworks – Music Sight-Reading

14.2.5.3. Ear Training Apps

14.2.5.4. Musicnotes: Access over 300,000 music sheets

14.2.5.5. Yousician: Learn how to play the piano, guitar, ukulele or bass

14.2.6. Physics

14.3. Educational Games

14.3.1. ABCya Educational games for K-5

14.3.2. Pet Bingo: Mathematics fun game for K-4

14.4. Digital Repositories

14.4.1. MOOCs

14.4.1.1. Khan Academy

14.4.1.2. edX

14.4.1.2.1. edX edge UBC guide

14.4.2. Free activities

14.4.2.1. Studyladder: Free Activities and printable worksheets for teachers

14.4.3. open textbooks

14.4.3.1. Top Hat: Free editable Textbooks and resources for secondary and post secondary

14.4.4. Online simulations

14.4.4.1. Phet Interactive simulations

14.4.5. Inquiry based learning

14.4.5.1. Wonderopolis

14.5. Pedagogy & Teaching

14.5.1. Hook ‘em: Using Visuals and Multimedia to Engage Students

14.5.2. SECTIONS Model – Assessing Technologies in the Classroom

14.6. Different technologies in the classroom

14.6.1. iPad possibilities in the classroom

14.6.2. QR Codes in education

15. PDF Editing Tools

15.1. FormSwift

16. Open Education Resources

16.1. Resource Sharing

16.1.1. Overview of different sharing mediums

16.1.1.1. Content creation and curation platforms

16.1.2. Live Binders

16.2. Licences

16.2.1. Copyright and Fair Use

16.2.2. Overview of creative commons licenses

16.3. Open Access Images, Video, Audio

16.3.1. Creative commons search

17. eBooks

17.1. Book Creator

17.1.1. Tutorial on using book creator

18. Beyond K-12 contexts

18.1. Health

18.1.1. Bant: Diabetes Management app

18.2. Sports and coaching

18.2.1. Coach's eye: Provide feedback for athletes

18.2.2. Dartfish: Instant video feedback & game tagging

18.2.3. Hudl Technique: Improve in slow motion

18.3. education in the workplace

18.3.1. Funzi: create bite-size learning content for consumption on mobile devices

18.3.2. MentorMob: online learning guides for skills and hobbies

19. Audio Tools

19.1. Listen to online Music

19.1.1. Accuradio

19.1.2. Spotify

19.2. Podcasts

19.2.1. Podomatic

20. Research and writing

20.1. Reference Management Software

20.1.1. Citation Management Tools Comparison by UBC Research Commons

20.1.2. Refworks

20.1.3. Zotero

20.1.4. Mendeley

20.1.5. Endnote

20.1.6. Papers

20.2. Citation resources

20.2.1. How to Cite: UBC library resource

20.2.2. Tips on citing social media byTeachBytes

20.3. Writing

20.3.1. Writing Software

20.3.1.1. Scrivener

20.3.2. Outlining tools

20.4. Using the library

20.4.1. UBC Education Library Research Tutorial Videos

21. UBC Spaces

21.1. UBC blogs

21.1.1. ETS guide for UBC blogs

21.2. UBC iTunes

21.3. UBC Survey Tool

21.4. UBC Wiki

21.5. UBC YouTube

22. Sources

22.1. Scarfe digital Sandbox

22.2. UBC Learning Technologies Hub

22.3. UBC studios

22.4. UBC Research Commons

22.5. UBC Education Library

22.6. Educational Technology Support

22.7. MET Community (students, instructors, and social media platforms)

22.8. Conversations with TEO students

22.9. Researching Recent EdTech Trends

23. A one stop shop for EdTech resources

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