ICT for Learning & Teaching in Falkirk Schools

Digital technology to support learning & teaching

January 20, 2011
by Malcolm Wilson
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Hear! Hear! Tools for Creating and Editing Audio Recordings in the Classroom

So you want to make an audio recording? Here are some free tools to help you do that in the classroom. Audacity http://audacity.sourceforge.net/ – Audacity is free software to download which lets users record and edit audio in order to … Continue reading

January 7, 2011
by Malcolm Wilson
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Domo Animate – create animation online

http://domo.goanimate.com/ – Domo Animate (from the creators of Go Animate) is a school-friendly version of Go Animate for pupils to create animations free online.  It lets pupils animate characters of their choice and add music and sound effects from a … Continue reading

January 7, 2011
by Malcolm Wilson
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Picasa 3 for your Pictures – working with images

Picasa 3 is free downloadable software (from http://picasa.google.com/) which lets you manage and manipulate your photographs.  You can apply several effects to each photograph, you can resize, crop and create collages , slideshows or videos.  You can create large posters … Continue reading

September 16, 2010
by Malcolm Wilson
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Video Editing with Windows Live Movie Maker and More

If you have Windows 7 then you can download Windows Live Movie Maker for free.   It works in a different way to the previous version of Windows Movie maker and so the following should help show how to make use … Continue reading

September 13, 2010
by Malcolm Wilson
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Video Editing – free online tools

Jaycut http://jaycut.com/ was a free online video-editing tool which let you upload your own video clips, photographs and audio and create your own film. At the moment Jaycut is not available. Alternatives are below: WeVideois an online free video editing tool which can … Continue reading

July 24, 2010
by Malcolm Wilson
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Image Manipulation Tools

There are many image manipulation tools available for teachers, or their pupils, to use.  Many of these for free. Some require software to be downloaded and many are able to be used online. Schools use images in so many ways – both in … Continue reading

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