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Seeking New Teaching Tools? There's an App for That!
ACC Faculty have access to the following Google Apps:
- Google Calendar
- Google Drive
- Google Hangouts
- Google Docs
- Google Slides
- Google Sites
- Google Groups
- Google Chat
- Google Talk
- Google Drawings
Teaching Tools from other institutions
Active Learning and Communication Tools
Easy to create quizzes for formative assessment
Create polls for your lectures
Send a text message while keeping cell numbers private
Effective classroom app for engagement and assessment
Free version- create 10 question survey
Resources for Teaching Tools
Presentation and Productivity Apps
Simplified version of Keynote for Mac. Make slides and display them with a VGA adaptor from your iPad to projector. Includes several themes, ability to view your presenter notes on the iPad, and swiping to advance slides. iPad only.
Tap into WebEx meetings when you're away from your computer with this app on your iPhone or iPad. View shared content, participate in chat, works on 3G or WiFi. Works on iPod Touch for video only, use a phone to access the audio in that case. Free. Android
version. Learn more about ACC and WebEx.
Use the SlideShark app to download and show your PowerPoint presentation on your mobile device or through a projector, or broadcast it over the web. You can also share an online version of your presentation for others to view on-demand, anytime from any device, and then track the viewing results.
Dropbox allows you to sync your files online and across your computers automatically. It provides up to 2Gb of storage for free and up to 100Gb for paid accounts. The iPhone app makes it easy to copy files from your computers or other mobile devices to your iPhone or iPad. Universal iOS app or Android.
ToDo for iPhone and ToDo for iPad has a beautiful, simple interface and is full of features (projects, sub-tasks, due-dates, categories, etc), while remaining simple to use. ToDo makes it easy to keep your lists in sync between your mobile devices and computers. You can integrate ToDo with Gmail with the Gmail plugin
available for Chrome and Firefox.
Zoom tips from Carla Peck, Pandemic Pedagogy Facebook Group
Note-taking and Reading Apps
Powerful note-taking and organizer app, with colorful themes. Backs up your notes to Google Docs. Create folders, include calendar view in every folder, set up tasks lists, attach photos and maps to your notes, set alarms, set passcode lock for privacy, and many more "awesome" features. iPhone/Touch or iPad app. Free and paid versions available.
Evernote makes it easy to capture anything in multiple formats. Input by photo, text, screenshot, audio recording. Tag your notes, organize into notebooks, share with others or keep them private. Save notes to your Evernote.com account on the web and access from any computer or mobile device. Universal app. Available for Android, iOS, & all major mobile platforms.
Use your finger or a special stylus to draw, write in your own handwriting, and sketch. Create notebooks for each project, turn on "wrist protection" so the touchscreen doesn't draw by mistake when your wrist touches the sreen. Use a VGA adaptor to plug your iPad into a screen display and show your audience your drawing in real time. Import/export your notebooks and more. iPad only.
Super-robust PDF reader with advanced reading, annotating, markup and highlighting capabilities, excellent file manager, text file reader and editor, audio/video player, Safari-like viewer for MS Office and iWorks files. Syncs with Google Docs, MobileMe, Dropbox and more. Create your own hierarchy of folders to save your documents into. Highly recommended for reading & annotating scholarly articles.
Read Google Reader RSS feeds on a simple and attractive interface on the iPhone or iPad. Scroll through items one-by-one, or swipe items to skip. Star items for reading later.
Similar to Reeder, Feedly is a fun, stylish way to read and share the content of your favorite websites, feeds, & social networks. For iOS & Android