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Virtual Chemistry Lab

The Virtual Lab is an online simulation of a chemistry lab. It is designed to help students link chemical computations with authentic laboratory chemistry. The lab allows students to select from hundreds of standard reagents (aqueous) and manipulate them in a manner resembling a real lab.
The software is available free of charge to all educators and students. You and your students can use it on the web immediately without any licensing requirements.
5 minutes of exploration are typically sufficient for students to learn the essential features of the Virtual Lab. You can help by walking them through the step-by-step sample titration problem that illustrates all of the features in context. A user guide that explains the function of each feature is also available to answer questions about specific Virtual Lab tools or features.

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The Virtual Lab will run on the following operating systems: Windows XP, Vista, Windows7 or Mac OS 10.5 and higher. In most cases, the Virtual Lab will work with few problems, but it will run best with following suggested minimum requirements: 512 MB of RAM, 50 MB hard drive space and 800 x 600 screen resolution. If you have problems loading or running the Virtual Lab on your computer, please contact us at: vlabhelp@chemcollective.org.

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ImageBot - Free Online Photo and Image Editor

ImageBot is a free online browser-based photo and image editor with powerful photo editing, drawing, sticker and logo capabilities.
Its simple architecture and basic options make it intuitive and simple to use. it is based on Javascript: you need to enable JavaScript in your browser to use ImageBot.
No installation or further step is required.

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Javascript activated on your browser

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FlamingText.com

ClipConverter

Clip Converter is a free online media conversion application, which allows you to reocord, convert and download nearly any audio or video URL to common formats. Currently supported services: YouTube (720p, 1080p, 4K), Vimeo and many more. This free and fast converter allows you to watch your favorite YouTube videos offline on your PC, TV or nearly any other device.

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Log in or register
Language choice
Social media links
Converter
About
Browser Addon
FAQ
My Account
Terms of Use
- Terms of Use - Privacy - Imprint

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Contact General contact: info@clipconverter.cc Support: support@clipconverter.cc Imprint ClipConverter.cc is a project of: Lunaweb Lunaweb Ltd. Postbox 11 47 DE-85739 Garching Germany

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Overstream: free online subtitle editor

Overstream is a free online editor for creating and synchronizing subtitles to any online video (YouTube, Google Video, MySpace Video, Veoh, Blip.tv, Archive.org and Vimeo.com), store subtitles on the Overstream server, and send the link to the subtitled video to other users, friends or colleagues.

Overstream supports all languages, however, in order to work, the language must be installed on the viewer's computer.
Both javascript and cookies need to be enabled in your browser in order for this website to work as intended. Also, the Overstream Editor and Player require Flash Player version 8 or above to be installed.

For more information, visit the FAQ section of the webste http://www.overstream.net/help.php

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Javascript, Flash Player 8 (or above), cookies, languages installed

Anim 2.0

Anim 2.0 is a website dedicated to animated films: it includes a serious game, a creative module and educational complementary elements. Created by Rencontres Audiovisuelles, this tool constitutes a flexible and playful way to discover animated films as well as audiovisual creation and language! -

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Home
Introduction
Play
Community
Educational tools
The workshops
Partners
Contact
Create your own animation
See the animations
Newsletter
Credits
Press
Contact us
Disclaimer

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Browser, Flash Player

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Les Rencontres Audiovisuelles

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VideoScribe

VideoScribe is an application to create animated videos quickly and easily: with this tool also the unexperienced can create attractive whiteboard animations with stop-motion capture style of drawing that looks very professional.
Seven day free trial available on the site, after that license fees apply for monthly, annual or lifetime Pro users.

Specifications:
Full HD output possible.
Output to QuickTime movie or Flash Video
Create PNG & JPG image sequences
Commercial use of the full image library
Commercial use of the full music library
Commercial use of the full font library

Available for PC or Mac and iPad.

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PC, Mac, iPad

ePortfolio app

ePOP means - electronical personality orientated portfolio - and focuses on self-instructed learning and documentation within educational standards. Work is done using a smartphone-app - but the focus is on putting the apps to work that a student decides upon. Different tasks (which are associated with educational standards) have to be solved - depending on the interests and goals of the learner.

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-Smartphone (iPhone/Android/PC for exe-version) -Moodle-Server for saving data (Moodle is used as data-storage and does not necessarily have to be used with a course-concept) -Moodle-extensions: exabis eportfolio-module (is used as the data-container and reflection module) - more info at www.exabis.at optional: exabis competencies-module (is used to document the assessment of competencies within a subject) - more info at www.exabis.at

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Andreas Riepl

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Podcastomatic

Podcastomatic is a website that allows to instantly convert (and play) websites and blogs to podcasts. The podcasts can be listened to in streaming web or be downloaded using iTunes or other podcast players.
Podcastomatic is designed to play audio with an English accent.

Story Builder - build stories on Google Docs

Google Docs can be used in a collaborative setting, so that multiple users edit and add on to each others' comments. Story Builder allows students to create a narrative around those changes by animating the discourse between fictional writers on a Google Doc. The app provide an easy way to create and edit lines of dialogue, set them to music The result is a story in the form of a sharable film.
Sample Applications for the Reading/Language Arts Classroom:
- Two of a book's characters can describe a shared event, told from their unique perspectives. For example, two fairy tale or fable characters can each explain their side of a story, contradicting and correcting each other as they go.
- Given a quote from a novel, two or three of the novel's main characters can begin discussing it, and possibly modifying it, to express their individual world views.
- In the book Flipped by Wendelin Van Draanen, we hear dual first person narratives of the book's events. Google Docs Story Builder would be the perfect tool for telling both protagonists' point of view in a novel such as this. You might even consider having students work in pairs, with each taking on the role of one of the book's characters.

Screencast-o-matic

Screencast-o-matic is a versatile Java-based web application used to create screencasts on Windows, Mac, and Linux operating systems. It captures screen and webcam video and saves it or posts it online on YouTube or the program's website. The system is easy to use and offers great high-definition recording.
It is possible to drag the recording frame and adjust its size to the appropriate recording area before recording. If you have a built-in camera, you can include video of yourself or something else in a “picture-in-picture” manner. It is also possible to add text files for captions. Videos can be saved in MP4, AVI, or FLV formats and then uploaded to Screencast-o-matic’s web space or YouTube.
Screencasts are very useful for demonstrating software use and other computer functions, presentation of lectures or short lessons, or providing rich feedback on students’ work.

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Fabrice Bellard (originator of the FFmpeg project), et al.

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