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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. 

Mentimeter, a tool to create interactive presentations and assess students

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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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Pitch, a tool to make collaborative presentations

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Padlet, a virtual collaboration canvas for content sharing

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Photos For Class, a bank of images for classroom use

Image banks

Description: Photos For Class is an image bank that provides access to a vast library of photographs suitable for use in classrooms and educational settings. Pictures are age-appropriate, automatically include author citation, and are licensed by Creative Commons for public use. Photos For Class is free to use and does not require having an account. It is powered by Storyboard That and retrieves pictures from Pixabay and Flickr.

Evaluation: Photos For Class is a valuable and easy-to-use image bank for classroom use, being useful and time-saving for teachers looking for appropriate visual content. By using Photos For Class, educators can ensure that images are properly cited and copyrights respected, setting a good example for their pupils. Photos For Class only offers a limited selection of photographs in comparison to other image banks, but this should be enough for educational purposes. Also, it provides clear information on how pictures are filtered, frequently asked questions, and more.

Cost: Free.

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