If you haven’t noticed, Glogster EDU is one of my absolute favorite Web 2.0 tools. So this morning when I was checking my facebook page and saw today’s Edublogs’ Free Tool Challenge was titled, Go Get Glogged With Glogster, I had to share.
Even if you’ve used Glogster in your classroom, go check out Go Get Glogged With Glogster. Not only does the post contain excellent resources and ideas for using Glogster, but the author, Glenda Morris, also links to information about using Creative Commons in Glogs. In fact, here’s a Glog she created on Creative Commons:
If you take on this challenge, send me the link to your post. I’d love to check it out!
Ever use Glogster in your classroom and try to upload video and wonder why nothing happens? Or think your computer is freezing? Well here’s some great news! Glogster EDU has added a uploading status bar to their bag of tricks! It’s located right at the top of the Glog when in edit mode. And even better, Glogster now also shows the video processing in the Video toolbox! More great features given to us bu Glogster EDU that makes it user friendly to use with our students. So, what are you waiting for? Glog on!
Here’s a little Google Presentation I made to share some of the features in Google Presentation. Notice how the video and hyperlink are maintained, but not the Incremental Reveal feature: