Tag: cloud

Feb 04

SlideRocket for Education

SlideRocket

SlideRocket for Education is a cloud-based presentation creation tool.  It is currently offering free, full-featured accounts for students and teachers with an EDU email address.  SlideRocket lets you embed videos from YouTube, add photos from Flickr, and record narration for your slides, all from within your web-browser.  No additional software (except Adobe Flash) is required.  …

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Nov 15

Dropmark

dropmark

Dropmark allows you to drag and drop files from your computer or web browser to create a cloud-based presentation.  You can add photos, videos, PowerPoint presentations, PDFs and websites and then organize them as you wish.  You can choose who you want to share the “dropmark” with and can even collaborate with other users to …

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

Mar 23

WeVideo

wevideo

WeVideo is a web-based video editor.  You can upload video, image and audio files, and then optionally add in text, transitions, effects or a recorded narration using its built-in recording device.  WeVideo allows you to collaborate with other people on a video project and also lets you easily post your video creations to Facebook, Twitter …

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Jan 21

Dropbox

Dropbox

Dropbox allows you to sync files and folders across multiple computers. Once you install the Dropbox client on your computers or devices (iPhone, iPad, Android), the contents of your Dropbox folder automatically sync between them. Your files also get backed up online, and you can restore previous versions of your files by logging into the Dropbox website. You can also set up a shared folder and any Dropbox user that you invite can add, edit and delete files within that folder. The basic Dropbox account is free and comes with 2GB of space.

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