links for 2010-11-07

  • Muvizu is a free software that makes creating cool 3d animations much simpler than any other tool. Instead of extensive programming or graphic design, Muvizu lets you use an existing library of assets to create an animation. For example, you can use hundreds of pre-existing backgrounds in your animation instead of creating from scratch. Muvizu also has a vibrant online community that lets you share your animation, stills, scripts and audio pieces with other passionate animators. You can view the gallery, post comments, ask questions in the forum and share animations created by others using a permanent URL. Muvizu also has a collection of tutorials to help you jump start the software and learn new tips & tricks. -Makeuseof
  • Ten Marks, an online mathematics tutoring service, recently launched a free program for teachers. The new Ten Marks for educators is designed to be a supplement to classroom instruction, not a replacement for it. Ten Marks provides educators with an online forum in which they can assign mathematics practice problems to students and track their students' progress. If a student gets stuck on a problem he or she can open a tutorial to help him or her through the problem. Ten Marks provides teachers with the option to CC parents on the assignments sent to students. The online curriculum provided by Ten Marks can be aligned to the state standards a teacher chooses. -Free Technology for Teachers
  • The Glencoe/McGraw Hill Companies publish a commonly used US History textbook titled The American Journey Modern Times. To accompany that textbook Glencoe/ McGraw Hill hosts an online video library containing more than five dozen titles. The video library begins with titles about Antebellum US History through the beginning of the 21st century. Each video is two to three minutes long. The videos can be viewed online even if you haven't purchased the textbook. -Free Technology for Teachers
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