With over 100 items saved up in my Google Reader, it's time to either get them out or declare bankruptcy. So, let me simply point to a bunch of stuff I found interesting enough to save that is related either to biblical studies or education.
Jane's E-Learning always has lots of good stuff. Here are some she has highlighted:
- Lovely Charts for making flowcharts, sitemaps, etc.
- A Guide to Social Learning now available as a "social resource."
- Academic Earth.org with "1000s of video lectures from the world's top scholars;" include Christine Hayes (Yale) OT Intro
- PhotoPeach is a free online tool to make slideshows; kind of like MS Photostory, but it allows for viewers to add comments
- exploratree " is a free web resource where you can access a library of ready-made interactive thinking guides, print them, edit them or make your own. You can share them and work on them in groups too." This one looks interesting...
- ScreenToaster: If you don't have Camtasia Studio for doing screen captures, you can use the free Jing app, but ScreenToaster which is also free might be even simpler to use. Easy signup, choose fullscreen or area recording, audio or not, webcam or not, and go. Files can be uploaded to ScreenToaster or YouTube or downloaded as AVI or SWF. Very nice.
- MixedInk: "MixedInk takes a fresh approach to collaborative writing. It's a fun, democratic and elegant way for people to weave their best ideas together. (Plus, it's free!)" I could see using something like this in developing course syllabi or defining desired outcomes. Want to give it a try? You will need to create a free account, but then come HERE and say why you think learning biblical Greek is important.