Monthly Archives: March 2015

Slideshare: Visual Learning Tool

Slideshare is a platform that allows you share presentations, infographics, and even videos. You can also create presentations on Slideshare using Haiku (which is much more visually appealing than your traditional PPT). The website is easy to sign into, and … Continue reading

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Review of Mindmeister: silly name, useful tool.

I reviewed Mindmeister-an online mind mapping tool. ¬†Overall, this tool was useful and creating an example did indeed help to clarify my thoughts. (See below for an example using¬†my Master Gardener hybrid class.) MindMeister offers a free account with three … Continue reading

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Oregon Wetlands for Educators-first try at using My Brainshark

The on-line learning tool I reviewed was My Brainshark http://my.brainshark.com/Home.aspx This tool allows the user to quite easily add voice over or music to a Powerpoint, photo albums, etc. I took the challenge and made my first mybrainshark Powerpoint using … Continue reading

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