Digital Artifact Tools

The final assignment for the E-learning & Digital Cultures MOOC is to create a digital artifact. I’ve discovered so many new tools and just found this long list of tools that was shared in the course. I’ve put a ** by the tools that I’ve used. I would also add HaikuDeck to this list (http://www.haikudeck.com/).

To see examples of digital artifacts see my Google Site: E-learning & Digital Cultures: Digital Artifacts

  1. Facebook Interaction Tracker-http://www.zeebly.com/social_me
  2. Timeline-http://timeline.verite.co/#
  3. Scoopit-http://www.scoop.it/ (Laurie Niestrath)
  4. Tiki-Toki Timeline – http://www.tiki-toki.com/ (HB Hessler)
  5. Diigo – http://www.diigo.com (Rick Bartlett) (Laaurie Niestrath) **
  6. Pinterest – http://pinterest.com (Ary Aranguiz) **
  7. Glogster – http://glogster.com
  8. Youtube- http://youtube.com
  9. Ustream – http://ustream.com
  10. Infogr.am- http://infogr.am
  11. Mixbook – http://mixbook.com
  12. Storify- http://storify.com **
  13. New Hive – http://newhive.com
  14. Slideshare- http://slideshare.net **
  15. WebDoc- http://webdoc.com
  16. BlogTalkRadio- http://blogtalkradio.com
  17. Knovio – http://knovio.com
  18. Google Hangouts – record your hangouts **
  19. Prezi -http://prezi.com (Laurie Niestrath)
  20. Voicethread- http://voicethread.com (Ary Aranguiz) **
  21. Photostory- http://microsoft-photo-story.en.softonic.com/ (Laurie Niestrath)
  22. Thinglink – http://www.thinglink.com/ (Kay Oddone) **
  23. Animoto – http://animoto.com
  24. Piktochart – http://piktochart.com
  25. Wix – http://www.wix.com (Jono Purdy)
  26. Popplet – http://www.popplet.com (Jono Purdy)
  27. Animaps – http://www.animaps.com (Jono Purdy)
  28. Museum Box – http://museumbox.e2bn.org (Jono Purdy)
  29. Sqworl – http://www.sqworl.com (Jono Purdy)
  30. Popcorn Maker – http://popcorn.webmaker.org (Jono Purdy)
  31. Ipiccy – http://ipiccy.com/ (Anne Robertson)
  32. Sketchguru – free android app (Anne Robertson)
  33. Picmonkey – http://www.picmonkey.com/ (Marina Shemesh)
  34. Wordle – http://www.wordle.net/ (create word clouds) (Marina Shemesh) **
  35. Adobe Captivate – http://www.adobe.com/products/captivate.html (authoring tool) (Madhura Pradhan)
  36. Articulate Suite – http://www.articulate.com/ (authoring tool) (Madhura Pradhan)
  37. Storybird – http://www.storybird.com (Cristina Silva)
  38. ImageChef – http://www.imagechef.com/ (Cristina Silva)
  39. Dipity – http://www.dipity.com/ (Cristina Silva)
  40. Livebinders http://www.livebinders.com/ (Eileen Lawlor)
  41. Videoscribe: http://www.sparkol.com/videoscribe.php (Angela Towndrow)
  42. PearlTrees: http://www.pearltrees.com (Cathleen Nardi http://bit.ly/14iwRkM)
  43. SlideRocket- http://www.sliderocket.com/ (Annie Oosterwyk)
  44. Meograph- http://www.meograph.com / (Annie Oosterwyk)
  45. Wallwisher: http://www.wallwisher.com (Ora Baumgarten)
  46. Trello.com: https://trello.com/ Organize anything, together ! ( gianni buspo)
  47. Mahara https://mahara.org/ (Linda Pospisilova)
  48. Jing http://www.techsmith.com/jing.html (Kay Oddone) – Screen capture and screen casting tool – great for creating tutorials! **

Update on February 13, 2013

I just came across a great resource called: Creating Copyright-Safe Media

photo credit: karramarro via photopin cc

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5 thoughts on “Digital Artifact Tools

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  2. www.breeberman.com

    You know, just yesterday I was trying to find a tool to use for collecting my random ideas/brainstorms about education. I wanted it to be somewhat aesthetically pleasing and allow me to get a big-picture view of all of my ideas. I finally settled on a springpad notebook for the time being. But while I was searching for tools, I thought to myself, “I bet Keeley has a list of like 50 digital artifact tools in her head!” and I made a note to myself to ask you about it. And now here they are!!!

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    1. Sorokti Post author

      I actually didn’t have a list like this until a few days ago. I can’t take credit. This comes from the #edcmooc Facebook group. Loving this experience and glad I could help!

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