Monday, November 28, 2022

EdTech Links of the Week - 11-28-22

Each week I keep an eye out for the latest edtech resources through blogs, social media, podcasts, videos, user groups, and more. I then try to reshare these resources in many ways.

One way I share these is here on the blog in these "EdTech Links of the Week" posts. See below to explore the latest batch of resources, and be sure to share with others who may benefit.

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This week I have 5 new resources from around the Internet and 2 new resources from my blog.

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New resources from around the Internet...

💬 GlotDojo

  • Free translation extension with many of the common translation features, but with a couple extra unique features including:
  • Multiple subtitles for videos so you can view up to three different translations simultaneously.
  • Option to view images of any selected word (along with normal translation and pronunciation).

🗺️ Felt

  • Free online tool for creating and sharing maps with loads of useful features including pins, routes, markers, clipping, data layers, polygons, text, notes, links, images, videos, sharing, and more.
  • Lots of great ways for students to use this to create maps and show their understanding of content.

🎬 ClipChamp

  • Free online video editor that includes:
  • Unlimited watermark-free exports
  • Up to 1080p(HD) export resolution
  • Free audio, image, & video stock
  • Free filters & effects
  • Import media from Google Drive, Google Photos, local drive, and more
  • Record media with camera and/or screen recording
  • Works on Chromebooks, Windows, and Mac
  • Tutorial from Jeremy Badiner - Resource link

🤖 Yippity

  • Yippity is a free online tool that uses AI to help you study
  • Enter the text or web link for your study material
  • The AI will create a list of questions and answers from the text
  • You can now quiz yourself to see how well you know the content

✂️ Magic Eraser

  • Remove unwanted items from any image using this AI-powered online photo editor.
  • Free version allows unlimited edits.
  • Free version limits the size of downloaded images to 600x400.

And new resources from "Control Alt Achieve"...

🖼️ Illustrating Stories with Canva's AI Text to Image Tool

  • Canva has a new "Text to Image" tool that students can use to illustrate the stories and poems they write. The tool uses artificial intelligence to generate custom images for any text prompt you give it.
  • Students can use this to illustrate the things they have written, allowing them to create a media-rich version of their stories, poems, or other writings, which they can then share with others.
  • Or students could take ideas they have, use Canva's AI to generate images, and then get inspired by the unique pictures to guide their own writing.
  • Check out my blog post for a sample AI-illustrated poem, as well as a 9-minute tutorial video, and detailed written directions.
  • I would love to hear what you think about this new tool and how it can be used in schools.

❄️ The 12 Days of Chrome-mas 2022

  • With the holiday season here, I am excited to share some of my favorite tips and tricks for the Chrome web browser!
  • I will be doing this in a series of blog posts throughout the month of December that I am calling "The 12 Days of Chrome-Mas".
  • Each blog post will provide a tip or trick or lesser known feature or helpful idea related to Google's Chrome web browser.
  • You can follow along with all the resources at

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