links for 2010-09-19

  • Easy way to pick at random from a list.
    No complicated data format is required – list items are separated by a comma.
    Lists can be of anything: numbers, words, or characters.
    An item from the entered list is randomly selected and displayed.
    Can be helpful in any situation where you need a random selection.
  • Like a lot of creative image sites, you can not only download free stock images but also submit your own. The vector images are very neatly laid out with each image pack’s information and license type mentioned on the right. You can use the search box or jump to the categories (Abstract, Icons, Illustrator, Misc, Nature, Swirl, Symbols). -makeuseof
  • QVectors is another neatly organized web resource for quality vector images. Each image or image pack gets its own page with information like a star rating, comments, a full preview, and links to other Vectors You Might Like. You have a whole lot of categories including Silhouettes which is really handy for presentations.

    You can register on the site and upload and download vector files as a member. -makeuseof

  • Welcome to English as a New Language.  On the following pages you will find free resources on the internet for learning English.  Enjoy!
  • Cool Text is a FREE graphics generator for web pages and anywhere else you need an impressive logo without a lot of design work.  Simply choose what kind of image you would like.  Then fill out a form and you'll have your own custom image created on the fly.
  • Ideas on how to use the database, choice, glossary, and other modules in creative ways that may not to obvious.
    (tags: moodle modules)
  • The Sharing Cart is a block for duplicating a course item and an easy way to move Moodle content (resources, activities) between multiple courses on your site. You can share items among teachers or among your own courses. It copies and moves single course items without user data—similar to the “Import” function in Course Administration. Items can be collected and saved on the Sharing Cart indefinitely, serving as a library of frequently used course items available for duplication. It is viewable only by teachers, course creators and administrators.
  • Welcome to "Googlios" where free Google tools meet ePortfolios.  
    This site is intended to be a collection of resources for those interested in using ePortfolios in Education. 

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