Are there similarities in your written works and the works of a famous author?To find which author’s works your writings resemble, head on over to “I Write Like.”
I Write Like is a free and simple to use web service that claims that it can tell you which author you write like.
Users paste in a piece of their work and after quick analysis "I write Like" displays a famous author’s name whose work their writing resembles. They can paste in any text they have recently worked on:
''Everyone has a story to tell! To tell or not to tell, is another question?''
The problem is, if you want to TELL, where do you start?
For those who have access to the internet, there is a whole array of 'tools' that can be used; tools that help plan, those that help with layout, those that provide and/or allow users to produce illustrations and a ...
Have you and/or your learners got a story to tell or a poem to write?
You can now both do so with pictures from Flickr using FlickrPoet.
Simply go to FlickrPoet and type a sentence. When you click on the
‘Show Story‘ button, FlickrPoet will browse the Flickr database and
pull an image for each word/phrase used in your sentence. These images
will be organized to provide you with a picture story.
Five Card Stories is an experimental web site designed to foster visual thinking.
How does it work? Users...
are dealt five random photographs for each of five draws,
one each time to add to their selection of images; they will probably
find it easier if the first image they select is of a person or animal,
which can then be the main character in their story.
take the 5 images to tell a story; illustrated by them...
I'm an eLearning Adviser specializing in stimulating and supporting innovation in learning via eBooks, eMagazines, blogs (including audio versions), online TV, interactive resources, forums, workshops, conferences and face2face consultations. Evaluating and becoming familiar with sustainable and new technologies allows me to respond to the needs of learning providers from a position of experience rather than 'hearsay'. Supported learning providers, in the northwest of England (UK), can contact me for FREE consultations. Based at Lancaster University I work for the JISC Regional Support Centre - Northwest.