If you are one of the many practitioners who want to make it easier for your learners to carry out learning activities that involve drawing on images, then you should check this service out.
Drawtivity(developed by Webducate funded by the Talis Incubator)is an e-learning tool for creating
on-line activities that involve both drawing and feedback. As an Open
Education Resource authoring tool, Drawtivity facilitates the sharing, reuse and adaptation of these activities.
Multiple choice quizzes are still used by practitioners for a variety of purposes. If you use multiple choice quizzes for any purpose, using Google Docs and grading it with Flubaroo could save a lot of time that individuals can put to better use on other tasks.
is a free script that practitioners can use to grade the quizzes that they administer through Google Docs;
provides step-by-step directions for using the script.
If you show videos as part of your teaching/training etc., and/or use video evidence, SnipSnip.it
could be useful for skipping over the parts of a video you don't need learners/assessors/verifiers... to watch.
Another benefit of SnipSnip.it is that when the
videos playback they are displayed on a blank canvas devoid of the
distracting and sometimes inappropriate "related videos" that appear on
Dr. Mark Wagner's video screencast, embedded below, has directions for creating formulas that will result in assessment quizzes, created in Google Docs forms, being self-graded - this will save may hours of work for marking online assessments...
Grading assessments, as I'm sure most of you are aware, can be a tedious task if you have many learners.
Creating and administering assessments with Google Documents forms can save you time and paper at the same time. By saving time on the grad...
I know that there are a number
of learning providers who don't have a VLE for their learners to upload
their (e)Portfolio Evidence, coursework, projects, etc. I'm also aware
that some are using Google Docs or Microsoft Apps and other options.
Well here is another possible solution, that wont fill up your email
account with attachments...
Send to Dropbox is a new service that allows users to upload files to a Dropbox account via email from any computer.
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