App 6: Dec 11: appear.in

appear.in Submitted by: Clint Lalonde, Manager Educational Technology & Development, BCcampus What is it? appear.in is a group video chat that works via WebRTC enabled web browsers (recent versions of Firefox, Chrome or Opera. Edge or Safari should work), or… Continue Reading →

App 5: Dec 8 Quik

Quik Submitted by Karen Budra and Julian Prior, Educational Technology, Langara College. (Karen is @KarenBudra and Julian is @jpodcaster on Twitter). What is it? Quik is a mobile video editor that enables you to automatically stitch together video clips, still… Continue Reading →

App 4: Dec 7 Feedly

Feedly Submitted by Keith Webster, Centre for Teaching and Educational Technologies, Royal Roads University, CTET | @keithatwork1 What is it? Feedly is an app that lets you curate and read online sources that distribute content with RSS. It works through… Continue Reading →

App 3: Dec 6 Pocket

Pocket Submitted by: Emily Schudel, Camosun College (eLearning) https://sites.camosun.ca/cetl/elearning/ | https://decamosun.wordpress.com/ | @DE_Camosun What is it? Pocket is a free (with a paid Premium option) tool which allows you to “save interesting articles, videos and more from the web for… Continue Reading →

App 2: Dec 5 Google Keep

Google Keep Submitted by Sally Wilson, Ryerson University Library | @pomathorn What is Google Keep? Google Keep is a streamlined minimalist note taking app with some powerful features. Released in March 2013, Keep is available for multiple platforms. Google Keep allows you to… Continue Reading →

App 1: Dec 4 Liberating Structures

Liberating Structures Submitted by Leva Lee, BCcampus | @levalee What is it? What can it do? This mobile app was released in late summer 2017 and is an exciting development for Liberating Structures (LS) aficionados. For those unfamiliar with Liberating… Continue Reading →

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