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Inventory of ICT tools and open educational resources

Welcome to the Inventory of freely available online tools and OERs for language teaching and learning developed by the ICT REV project. The tools have been selected by and for language educators. There are different ways to search for tools and various examples below. You can also suggest a tool to be added to the Inventory. 

Pitch, a tool to make collaborative presentations

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Mentimeter, a tool to create interactive presentations and assess students

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Padlet, a virtual collaboration canvas for content sharing

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ClassroomScreen, an interactive display board with several widgets and tools

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Genially, a creator of visual content such as presentations or infographics

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OneNote, a tool to take notes, organise and share them

File sharing/syncingNote taking

Description: OneNote is a digital note-taking tool developed by Microsoft for capturing organising, and sharing information across various devices. It operates as a digital notebook, allowing users to create multiple notebooks, sections, and pages for sorting their notes, drawings, and multimedia content. It also allows users to collaborate on specific files with others in real-time. OneNote is available for free as part of the Microsoft Office suite. Signing up for a Microsoft account is necessary to access and synchronise notes across devices and to collaborate with others in real time.

Evaluation: OneNote is a valuable tool for teachers, students, and users in general to create, organise, and share notes and different files. It can facilitate collaborative note-taking, project management, brainstorming and research. It is somewhat similar to other note-taking tools such as Evernote. Average IT skills required.

Cost: Free as part of Microsoft Office's tool package.

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