Kapwing: a free, online movie editor

The TLT often gets this question: besides iMovie, what free video editor might you suggest for students? One new option is Kapwing.  Kapwing is an online image, video, and GIF editing platform whose mission is to enable digital storytelling. Unlike most online editing...

Viewing Statistics for Discussions

The statistics tool for OAKS Discussions allows instructors to view data for the whole class and individual students. This can be used to monitor student engagement and track participation in Discussions. See this TLT tutorial for directions on how to view OAKS...
Using Zoom in the Classroom, in the Office, and in OAKS

Using Zoom in the Classroom, in the Office, and in OAKS

Zoom is an online communications service that allows members to hold sessions (called Meetings), either one-on-one or in a group.  It can be used to conduct video chats, audio chats, collaborate on an interactive whiteboard, and to share your screen with your...

Flipgrid for Discussions and Small Group Work

It can be tough getting to know people in an online class, but Flipgrid can help in a major way. Using the selfie video format our students already know and love, students can easily create online videos using the free Flipgrid app on their phone or computer....
How to make a paper towel tripod: DIY tutorial

How to make a paper towel tripod: DIY tutorial

Need help filming yourself? No budget for a tripod? Click the photo above or this text to access the TLT / Kathleen Lolley collaboration tutorial on how to make a paper towel tripod at home using found materials.