Make your own on-screen jigsaw puzzles
Jan11

Make your own on-screen jigsaw puzzles

Thanks to Peter Bryenton for his comment on my Big Huge Labs post yesterday for pointing me towards this website that allows you to turn any of your images into a drag and drop jigsaw. You can embed the code into your blog/VLE or just link direct to the page. Try it out with one of your own images, and then try and put it back together on your IWB! Thanks also to Clare Seccombe for sending me this link to another site for creating...

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Creative Commons Image Sources for your IWB
Oct28

Creative Commons Image Sources for your IWB

You can’t beat a powerful image to add punch to your lesson. Whether you want something to put up to draw questions from the class or just to add extra emphasis to a presentation. I’ve written about this before – and linked to a few good sources of images such as The Big Picture. To help find creative commons images, there are several tools now which will let you search Flickr for CC images. My Favourite is FlickrCC...

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Make easy screenshots with Aviary
Jul05

Make easy screenshots with Aviary

Here’s a new website that will make it easier to take screenshots of other sites to save to your desktop or to embed into your blog or your wiki. It’s called Aviary. And it’s a neat, free, image editing application. You can create images from scratch, and share them with others online. But as well as that, it has a screen capture feature. If you use Firefox you can get “Talon” an Aviary plug in that puts...

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