Saturday, April 12, 2014

The Rearview Mirror 4-12-2014

For those of you who may have missed an EDge21 featured post or who didn't have the opportunity to look at some of them during this past week, here's a second chance.


Geddit is a free iOS app that enables students to give instant private feedback about their understanding in real-time in the 1:1 classroom. It also works on any web-enabled device.


Mobento is a video learning platform that features a “spoken word” search. They believe they have invented a better, faster way to search.


The National Archives has released their first mobile application called Today’s Document based on the Today’s Document website from the US National Archives.


Slidedoc is a visual document, developed in presentation software, that is intended to be read and referenced by individuals rather than projected on a screen before a group.

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