SPLOTpoint: (SPLOTs and Darkweb Plots example) The same tool that this presentation is built in. A replacement for PowerPoint? Not really. This is meant to leverage the affordances of the web. TRU Writer (see a random writing sample) This SPLOT let’s participants quickly publish fully formatted, media rich articles — without requiring any logins or […]Read more "Simplest Possible Lucid Online Technology"
You’ve likely heard of open textbooks. These are textbooks that are free to access, and are licensed under some kind of open license (e.g. Creative Commons). Open textbooks can be found in a variety of places across North America, for example: BCCampus Open Textbooks University of Saskatchewan OpenPress Manitoba Open Textbook Initiative Open Textbook Library […]Read more "Simple Practical Lettering Online Tool"
Here we want to learn about Nordic berries. I could read about the berries. I could view images of berries. I could reflect on what I’ve seen and read (even better if there are questions provided to provoke my reflection). But I want something that supports student learning, and supports open educational practices. Something that: […]Read more "Smallish Probable Learning Opportunistic Tools"
Finding open images might be the first challenge. They are available on so many different websites, and sites all have different terms of service and license options. Grabbing an image from Shutterstock? Maybe not. Just going to pull images down from Google? Not so fast! There are lots of places where you can find openly […]Read more "Smallest Procurement of Licensed Opticals Tool"