Posts Tagged: Apps and Technologies

Using the Hypothesis Collaborative Annotation Tool in Canvas

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It is now possible to use Hypothesis, a free and open source collaborative annotation tool, in your Canvas course.  You could use this for activities in which your students collaboratively comment or annotate web sites, documents, and other items.  See this tutorial for how Hypothesis works, and here are some quick start guides for teachers […]

PingPong: A Collaborative Mobile App for Your Classroom

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Interested in polling your students during class? Want to raise student attentiveness in class? Would you like to give your students the opportunity to ask questions without interrupting your explanation, and then address them all at once? PingPong is a neat new app that will allow you to do all of that, and more. Check out […]

Digital Learning Strategies – Learning Day 2016

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Thank you for attending Circles of Innovation Today. We hope you left with some valuable ideas and some practical strategies that you can use with your students. Your memories for today’s session have been outsourced for you below. Enjoy! You might recall that we started with our Kahoot! Click on the image below to play […]