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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. 
 

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

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Mentimeter, a tool to create interactive presentations and assess students

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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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ClassroomScreen, an interactive display board with several widgets and tools

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YouTube, an online video streaming site

Autonomous learningVirtual ExchangeGroup/pair work - outsidersIndividual workPresenting (e.g. lecturing, storytelling)Many To OneListeningVocabularyGrammarPronunciationTeacherYou SupplyWebsite/other users supply

Description: YouTube is an online video-sharing platform where users can view, comment, share, and upload videos. Users can search for all kinds of multimedia content, create channels, and interact with other users through likes, comments, and subscriptions. YouTube is free to use with advertisements. Users do not need an account to visualise videos, but are required to sign up to upload videos and gain access to functionalities such as commenting, adding videos to favourites, following channels, and more. YouTube is available for all kinds of devices in browser and app versions. It was developed by Steve Chen, Chad Hurley, and Jawed Karim and was launched in 2005. In 2006, YouTube was acquired by Google.

Evaluation: YouTube is a practical and versatile tool for finding authentic material in a target language. Teachers can find tutorials, explanations, and examples of real-life speech, or even create their own video blog for students. YouTube can also be a collaborative tool where students create their own video projects, upload them on a class channel on YouTube, and comment on each other’s videos. Importantly, videos on a channel can be made visible only to those with a link to them. YouTube provides some editing tools when uploading a video that are easy to use.

Cost: Free + premium plan available.

Type Of Interaction: Group/pair work - outsiders, Individual work, Individual work, Presenting (e.g. lecturing, storytelling),

Skills: Listening, Vocabulary, Grammar, Pronunciation,

Content: Website/other users supply, You supply,


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