Lidia Sevilla

Posts Tagged ‘Technology Integration’

Check Spelling, Grammar and Writing Style

In Uncategorized on February 11, 2010 at 2:01 pm

After the Deadline is an open source technology that can be download.  Once installed, After the Deadline adds a button that lets you check spelling, style, and grammar in supported applications. After the Deadline is an intelligent language checking software service.

Interested! try their demonstration.

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Organize Your Notes

In Uncategorized on February 2, 2010 at 8:15 pm

Squareleaf is a simple and intuitive virtual whiteboard, complete with all the sticky notes you’ll ever need.  Remember important things, keep to-do lists, organise projects, track work and everything else that you need to do that we’ve never thought of… and it’s free.

All you need to do is to sign in for an account and you are set.

Video without the distractions

In Uncategorized on February 1, 2010 at 5:22 pm

To watch web videos without the comments and other stuff, just drag the button below to your browser’s bookmarks bar. On any of the supported video pages, click the bookmark button to watch in peace.

You can then make short URLs too, to send the quietube version to your friends. Easy as.

They support YouTube, BBC iPlayer, Viddler, and Vimeo, with more to come…

Here’s an example.
Here’s a quick tutorial.

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Live Binders

In Bookmarking, New Stuff, Web 2.0 on August 27, 2009 at 4:51 pm

Thanks to Free Technology for Teachers!

live binders

Live Binders displays your collected content in a tabbed, book-like format. You can create binders for as many topics as you like. Adding content to your Live Binder can be done by manually typing in the url of a webpage, upload files from your computer to your Live Binder, or add content through the Live Binders bookmarklet for Firefox and Internet Explorer. Live Binders has an excellent series of video tutorials to help you get started.