Digital Bytes – 15th January, 2018


Great news! We have just got a subscription to Sutori. Sutori is a great tool for building interactive timelines with features like images, text, and videos.
Dover DLC Sean McHugh has written a blog post with some examples that you will want to check out.
7 Ways For Students to Use Google Drawings
Collaboratively working of the same document is one thing, but did you know you can collaborate on the same drawing in Google Drawings?
Building on that, there are a number of ways that students can use Google Drawings in the classroom – from mindmaps to hyperlinked images and creating customized graphs.
Many of us already use sites like Photos For Class and Flickr to find images.
Another source for free images is Pexels. The images are high quality and perfect for visuals and presentations.

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