Posts Tagged “technology”
23 02 2010
Docs, guidance, help, support, technology, twitter
07 02 2010
Whether you’re pregnant or a new parent, you’ll know what a confusing time it can be! Start4Life is here to provide you with the most up-to-date advice on breastfeeding, introducing solid food and active play, and tips on how to use them to give your baby a better start in life.
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04 01 2010
Free logo maker. 100% free! Intuitive and simple design interface allows you to create your own world class logo designs in just minutes. You will receive various electronic files for both web and print use including the vector source files. File formats include eps, png, jpg and tiff. You can save and download as many as 10 free logo designs at any one time.
Suppose your school or class has a new club and need a logo? Or perhaps your students are working on a publishing and/ or graphics project, this FREE online logo maker could be a solution for you. No download required, simply create your logo using an easy to use interface and then export your work as a ZIP folder, extract your work from the folder and then your artwork is ready to use.
CLICK HERE to go to this resource.Tags: application, editor, elearning, Graphics, ict, Learning, logo, online, Resources, software, teaching, technology, web 2.0, webtools
13 12 2009
FotoSketcher is a 100% free program which can help you convert your digital photos into art, automatically. If you want to turn a portrait, the photograph of your house or a beautiful landscape into a painting, a sketch or a drawing then look no further, FotoSketcher will do the job in just a few seconds.
Thanks to FotoSketcher you can create stunning images to make original gifts for your friends or relatives. Create birthday cards, season’s greetings stationary or simply print your work of art and hang it on the wall.
CLICK HERE to go to this resource.Tags: art, download, editor, Graphics, image, media, photo, software, technology
08 10 2009
FactualTV is the world’s number one destination for factual videos. It is a vast library and a global community solely designed for fans of factual videos and documentaries. Here you can search among thousands of titles, well indexed by category, keyword, popularity etc, and find those videos that specifically match your niche interest!
Paired with the capability for you to join our online community dedicated to special interests, FactualTV is a place where you and others with niche interests can meet and share the same interests on a global scale.
FactualTV allows you to view and download factual videos and documentaries for a small fee, and sometimes even free of charge. We are true factual lovers and we are constantly adding new titles from all over the world to our vast library of factual videos and documentaries.
CLICK HERE to go to this resource.Tags: art, history, iCT@C, music, online. elearning, pe, Resources, RPSE, science, technology, video, Website
01 10 2009
A fantastic ‘FREE’ tool which will allow students to create 3D models. In this example (video), Sketchup is used to create a model of a current curriculum project (A Bird Feeder). The 3D model shown in the video was built using Google Sketchup which is a very ‘Easy to use’ CAD program…. and its ‘FREE!’
CLICK HERE for more details about Sketchup.Tags: application, download, earth, elearning, free, google, online, sketchup, software, technology
26 09 2009
Pixlr is the creator of online cloud-based image tools. Today we have two applications in our suite, one we call Pixlr Editor and the other is Pixlr Express. They are built in Flash and you need to have a Flash plug in (get flash) to get it to work.
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Design Observer, and its related channels, Observatory, Change Observer, Places and Observer Media, are owned and operated by Observer Omnimedia LLC, and are collectively referred to here as The Design Observer Group Sites. Places: Forum of Design for the Public Realm is published by the Design History Foundation.
Design Observer was founded in October 2003 by Michael Bierut, William Drenttel, Jessica Helfand and Rick Poynor with design and technology by Ruby Studio.
A useful stopping place, for typography and anything related to design!
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06 07 2009
Thinking of ‘Child Development’ there are many online blogs and websites that allows the daily recording of your baby’s growth and activity. This site seems to be one of the easiest and cleanest to use:
lil’grams is hands-down the simplest, most convenient way to share your baby’s memories.
lil’grams is completely safe and secure – from the place we host everything to the padlock we put on your baby’s special site.
lil’grams makes it possible to share your memories with all of your loved ones automagically – set it and forget it
lil’grams helps you organize your baby’s precious moments and media with ease
We’re your personal assistant, don’t sweat the small stuff, we do all the shuffling.
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FontShop is the original independent font retailer. Weâ€™ve been around since the dawn of digital type. Whether you need to find the right font or need to create one from scratch, let our years of experience work for you.
Founded by Erik Spiekermann andÂ Neville Brody in 1989, FontShop is the original independent retailer of digital type. We offer more than 100,000 fonts from dozens of expert-selected foundries, including ourÂ house brand:Â FontFont.
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