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Congratulations Marianne Gianacopoulos

Marianne was the winner of our draw and the  $25 gift card from Google Play/Apple iTunes. Thanks to everyone who submitted a review and particiapted in the 12 Apps of Christmas.

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That’s a wrAPP! Thanks for taking part in the 12 Apps of Christmas. You are one of over 200 people who registered and took part in this inaugural offering of the 12 Apps of Christmas. Your feedback will make the… Continue Reading →

App 12: Dec 16 Office Lens

App:  Office Lens Submitted by:  Clint Lalonde and Sylvia Riessner What is it? Office Lens is a free pocket scanner made for documents and whiteboards. What began as a tool for use with the Windows Phone, Microsoft released it as… Continue Reading →

App 11: Dec 15 Adobe Spark Post

Adobe Spark Post Submitted by: Kar-On Lee, Learning Technology Specialist, SFU What is it? Adobe Spark Post is a free app available for the iOS that enables you to create instant graphics or posters that you can upload to social… Continue Reading →

App 10: Dec 14 Myscript Stylus

Myscript Stylus This app was scribbled out by Troy Welch (TRU) with inspiration, advice and consultation from Brian Lamb (TRU). What is it? I don’t know if it is just me and my stubby fingers, but I find the ‘Lilliputian keyboards’… Continue Reading →

App 9: Dec 13 TES Teach with Blendspace

TES Teach with Blendspace Submitted by: Marianne Gianacopoulos, Educational Technology Consultant, Langara College What is it? TES Teach with Blendspace is a useful and easy to use lesson creation site that allows users to create templates with mixed media and then… Continue Reading →

App 8: Dec 12 Wekan

Wekan Provided by: Grant Potter, UNBC What is it? Wekan is an open-source and collaborative Kanban board application. Whether you’re maintaining a personal to do list, planning your holidays with some friends, or working in a team on your next… Continue Reading →

App 7: Dec 9 Anchor

Anchor Submitted by: Colin Madland, Trinity Western University What is it? Here is Colin guide you through today’s app. Once you install the app, do a search for Colin Madland and you should find the audio clip to comment on…. Continue Reading →

App 6: Dec 8 Kahoot

Kahoot Submitted by: Janine Hirtz & Brian Powell UBC-Okanagan. What is it? Kahoot is an online quiz, discussion and survey tool that uses a game-based learning approach. What can it do? As an instructor you can create and customize quizzes… Continue Reading →

App 5: Dec 7 BeFunky

BeFunky Submitted by: Sarah McPherson Program Director, NYIT Instructional Technology & Lee Harris, Associate Director NYIT Career Services and Alumni Relations What is it? BeFunky is a free online photo editing and collage maker. The vision of the developers is to provide tools that… Continue Reading →

App 4: Dec 6 Educreations

Educreations This app was unwrapped by Jason Toal – Interaction designer at SFU, Current Chair, Educational Technology Users Group. What is it? If you know me at all you know I like to draw. And I’m fascinated by ways that… Continue Reading →

App 3: Dec 5 Google Play Books

Google Play Books Submitted by: Clint Lalonde, Manager, Education Technology, BCcampus Today’s app covers 2 topics; working with open textbooks and using the app Google Play Books.     What is it? If you haven’t jumped into the world of e-textbooks and… Continue Reading →

App 2: Dec 2 Padlet

Padlet Submitted by: Emily Renoe, UBC What is it? Padlet is free, collaborative, online board or ‘digital wall’ where multiple users can post text, documents, images, videos, music, and weblinks in one of several visually appealing formats. What can it do?… Continue Reading →

App 1: Dec 1 Snapseed

Snapseed This app was unwrapped by: Leva Lee, Manager, Professional Learning, BCcampus and Community Steward for ETUG, and Sylvia Riessner, Educational Consultant and long-time member of ETUG and SCOPE What is it? A powerful, free photo editing app that you can use on… Continue Reading →

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