IT Tools For Thought (ITFT)

IT Tools to be used for Language Teaching and Learning

Dipity. Your Timeline

Posted by mgrane on July 11, 2013

dipityUsing Dipity you can create an interactive, visually engaging timeline in minutes. Use dynamic visualization tools to display photos, videos, news and blogs in chronological order.

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Tiching

Posted by mgrane on May 15, 2013

tichingTiching is a web system that offers both a digital content search engine and a social networking site designed exclusively for the educational community.

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PhotoSnack. Your online photos

Posted by mgrane on December 16, 2012

photosnackPhotoSnack is a useful app incredibly easy to use . You can add photos, create elegant slideshows with music, and share them with your students and colleagues.

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Pimp the Face. Your Face Online

Posted by mgrane on July 7, 2012


Pimp the Face is a practical online tool to create faces. Students can create their own face out of a given description or can simply draw an imaginary face. It’s a good way to practice vocabulary used to describe faces.

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Soundcloud. Your Audio

Posted by mgrane on June 13, 2012

 You can create, record and share the sounds and audios you create with the world with SoundCloud.  Upload them to your blogs in a few easy steps.

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Vcasmo. Your images or videos online

Posted by mgrane on February 2, 2012

VCASMO is a multimedia presentation solution for  photo-video slide show useful for your teaching. You can upload images and videos, edit the presentation and embed it.  You can also add subtitles.

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Scoop. Your online magazine.

Posted by mgrane on February 1, 2012

You can create your own online magazine using Scoop. You create a topic, you add content, you can share it and customize it.

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Woices. Your Audio.

Posted by mgrane on December 10, 2011

Woices is a free internet tool that allows people to create and share audio records. They can be linked to a specific place, located on the map. You will find a tutorial about Woices and its operation in the help pages.

Look at this example on how to create an audioguide of Public Art Projects using Woices.

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Glogster. Your digital posters.

Posted by mgrane on October 24, 2011

Students can make their interactive poster easily and share it using Glogster. They can mix images, text, music and video. Click here to see an example.

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Bubble.us. Your Online Mind Maps.

Posted by mgrane on October 3, 2011

Brainstorm online with bubbl.us. You can easily create colorful mindmaps to print or share with others. Watch the video to see how it works.

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Your graphs.

Posted by mgrane on September 14, 2011

Students can create their own online graphs easily by using Create a Graph Classic from NCES. They can email them, print them, save them as images or PDF and paste them on any presentation or document.

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Letterpop. Your newsletters, your presentations, your documents.

Posted by mgrane on September 8, 2011

Use LetterPop to create eye-popping newsletters, actionable presentations, irresistible invitations, beautiful product features, sizzling event summaries and many more.

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Doodle. Your schedule.

Posted by mgrane on July 25, 2011

Doodle helps scheduling meetings and other appointments. Doodle is simple, quick, free and requires no registration. Simply set up a poll and send a link.

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