Tag Archive: annotate

Dec 14

Mozilla Popcorn Maker

Mozilla Popcorn Maker is a video editing tool that allows you to “enhance and remix” existing video content.  You first locate the online video file that you want to edit, and then using Popcorn Maker’s editor you can add text, Wikipedia content, images, Flickr galleries, Google maps, Twitter feeds, and video effects (like pauses or …

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Permanent link to this article: http://egarc.dept.ku.edu/blog/web-2-0/mozilla-popcorn-maker/

Jul 30

SpeakingImage

SpeakingImage allows you to bring interactivity to your images. You can add “points of interest” and “zones of interest” to annotate specific objects or areas in your image.  SpeakingImage’s annotation tool also lets you work with different layers, which allows your visitors to toggle specific annotations on or off. Check it out here: http://www.speakingimage.org/

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Nov 28

Scoop.it

Scoop.it

Scoop.it is an online tool that allows you to create a public collection of articles from the web.  All you do is define a topic (e.g. electronic textbooks) and whenever you see something related to that topic, you click on a little bookmarklet in your browser and the item is added to your Scoop.it page …

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Permanent link to this article: http://egarc.dept.ku.edu/blog/web-2-0/scoop-it/

Dec 10

Twiddla

Twiddla

Twiddla is a real-time online collaboration tool that is free and easy to use. You can mark up its whiteboard, annotate pictures, websites or documents that you have uploaded, and even work on an EtherPad (aka TitanPad).  Twiddla also incorporates text and voice chat which allows real-time interaction with people from all over the world. …

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Dec 03

A.nnotate

A.nnotate

A.nnotate is an online annotation, collaboration and indexing system for documents and images. Instead of emailing different versions of a document back and forth you can now all comment on a single read-only copy online. The document is displayed in high quality with fonts and layout just like the printed version. It is easy to use and runs in all common web browsers, with no software or plugins to install.

Permanent link to this article: http://egarc.dept.ku.edu/blog/web-2-0/a-nnotate/