- high_school, holiday, home_school, learning_resource, map, panorama, teaching_resource, travel, web_media
- Maps are not just for driving! Interactive maps, Google
StreetView, and panoramas bring the world into our room. Most
literature, history, geography, art and music involve a location.
There are few tools more effective for "getting a feel" than
interactive maps and panoramic images.
- EnglishBy chaiseri2014-02-13• 411 Views0 Like0 Dislike2 Subscribers
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- To view examples and learn to use Google Map and StreetView,
- To link to other interactive map services,
- To bookmark websites offering panoramic images.
- college, high_school, learning_resource, plagarism, teaching_resource, web_tool, writing
- Teachers these days have the "Robocob" essentially at their
finger tips to catch plagiarism. Several free Web services are
eager to help. Still, students are best helped if they understand
what is plagiarism, the philosophy against it, and how they can
avoid it. Further, a common question is: What is the difference
between copyright infringement and plagiarism.
- EnglishBy degree62014-04-15• 168 Views0 Like0 Dislike1 Subscriber
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- What are the free Web tools teachers can use to catch plagiarism?
- Can we use Google Image to spot image plagiarism?
- What is plagiarism?
- How can students learn to avoid plagiarism?
- How is plagiarism different from copyright infringement?
How do we avoid plagiarism in this Web list? Each source is clearly identified and linked to open in full browser tab.
- college, english, high_school, learning_resource, literature, teaching_resource, web_media
- Watch, listen, map - don't just read - your literature. The web
offers diverse resources from text to audibooks, videos, animation,
parodies, movies, location images and maps plus, of course, study
- EnglishBy degree62013-11-27• 634 Views0 Like0 Dislike4 Subscribers
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For students of English literature, this web list links to:
- encyclopedic entry and overview,
- original text and translations,
- videos (parodies, animations, documentaries, etc),
- study guides,
- maps and location photos,
- anything that will bring additional dimensions to understanding the literature.
- audio, audiobook, children, high_school, learning_resource, librivox, mp3, music, teaching_resource
- This is a tentative collection of audio web sites - initial
research to be whittled down later. Why is audio search so messy
and confusing? Perhaps because preview is slow, usage rights are
complex, and programmers keep innovating around obstacles, not to
mention the great variety of contents. YouTube is still a good
source for school audio projects. But commercial users need to be
careful. Please make your suggestions.
- EnglishBy chaiseri2014-02-12• 125 Views0 Like0 Dislike1 Subscriber
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- To collect web sites for free audio files: music, sounds, MP3, audiobook files,
- To improve on the selection over time, by shortening this list.
- creative_common, elementary_school, high_school, image, learning_resource, media, music, teaching_resource, video, wikimedia
- Where can I find royalty-free image, video, and audio files to
include in my courses? What are the various Creative Common
licenses? How are they different from Public Domain media?
- EnglishBy Oriole2013-09-30• 216 Views0 Like0 Dislike3 Subscribers
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- To help educators find royalty-free media for use in courses,
- To bookmark articles link to image, audio, video files that are royalty-free, under the Creative Common license, or in the public domain.
Caution: Even if the sites claim to provide royalty free media, you need to check the media to determine for yourself the authenticity of the claims.
- college, elementary_school, high_school, homeschool, learning_resource, teaching_resource, video, web_media, youtube
- YouTube's educational videos can be funny and effective. To
improve access, YouTube has auto-generated "educational channels"
under these grades: Primary & Secondary (green icons),
University (red), and LIfelong Learning (yellow). Many high quality
videos come from YouTube's partners, who are teachers and
- EnglishBy chaiseri2014-02-12• 154 Views0 Like0 Dislike1 Subscriber
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- YouTube organize its Education channels into 3 levels:
- Primary & Secondary (Green icon),
- University (Red icon),
- Lifelong Learning (Yellow icon).
- Link to 4 channels under Primary & Secondary Education
- Link to 8 channels under University Education,
- Link to YouTube partner channels, eg, Vsauce, MinutePhysics.