Tools


Collections


Online Collaboration and Personal Learning Tools
Jane Hart's comprehensive list

Co Learning Tools Howard Rheingold


Web Conferencing Tools

List of Tools
http://www.socialbusinesstoday.net/2012/01/15-top-web-conferencing-services.html?_tmc=CNwvYZKzQosQzACOkNCIHXvWTW8t6VvL9gdKOwIBgR0
Online Meeting Burner

Method for Using Skupe
http://postgrowth.org/collaborating-in-virtual-silence/

Content Curation Tools for Learners and Teachers

Learn.st
http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2012/05/learnist-new-learners-pinterest.html#
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=PgIkbMVC1do
http://learni.st/



Survey Tools

Google Docs/Forms Documentation from Google
Introduction to Google Forms by Matt Silverman
Choose Your Own Adventure with Google Forms
Quiz
http://www.tryinteract.com/

Online Presentation Tools

What is SlideShare and Tour
The Social Life of Powerpoint Presentations or Why I Love Slide Share by Beth Kanter
SlideShare Ribbon for Powerpoint(use SlideShare features inside of Powerpoint)
How To Design Your Presentations for Social Sharing

A Few Tricks with PowerPoint

Some cool tools to embed live Twitter feeds in your PPT
Tweeting from Powerpoint
Powerpoint Timer
Slide w/Timer
Notes and Slides in one handout
http://www.idealware.org/blog/hidden-powerpoint-feature-made-me-weep-tears-joy

Embed YouTube Video

Download YouTube Videos
http://keepvid.com/
http://keep-tube.com/
http://downloadyoutubevideo.org/


Wikis

Wikitation - Using Wikis As A Hub for Your Training Session: Before, During, and After

Wikis for presentations by Stewart Mader

A few good free wikis: wikispaces, wetpaint, pbwiki

Twitter As Back Channel

This is an excellent resource filled with great tips on how to use Twitter as a back channel, but also includes some guidelines for helping you plan out a presentation so it is more social. The book web site has lots of useful resources.

List of Backchannel Tools

Olivia Mitchell: How to Present with Twitter (and other Backchannels)

Embracing the Back Channel (via Johana Bates)

Search Twitter Streams further back then 10 days with snapbird

Documenting Your Workshop With Photos and Videos

Camera
Flip Video Camera
iPhone or digital camera (iPhone is great because you can snap photos during the session and get them immediately online or on Twitter)

Photo/Video Sharing Sites/Apps
Flickr
YouTube
QIK
TwitPic
QIK iPhone App is Available by Mashable
FlickIt Iphone App

Other
Flip Camera Inspiration and Resources by Beth Kanter
How Nonprofits Can Get the Most Out of Flickr by Beth Kanter, on TechSoup
TubeChop: Let's you take a snippet of a YouTube Video and Republish It

Some examples of how I use these tools to document:

Used QiK on my iPhone to document process during the class - in this example, an exercise I was doing.
Can use Flip camera to do same if you need better quality video
Interview at the end where there is a particular "ah ha" moment shared in class - in this case also captured a white board diagram
Another example of interview about the what was learned