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EDU 532: Library Research Guide (Ruiz 2020): Resources

Programs/Equipment Used

Since you are studying instructional design, I thought you might be interested in knowing the programs and equipment I used to create this libguide and its embedded content.

For the libguide:
Springshare LibGuides (licensed by library)
TechSmith's SnagIt (personal, annual subscription)
TechSmith's Jing and Captivate (personal, free)
TechSmith's Camtasia (licensed by library)
Screencast (TechSmith, personal/licensed access)
Slideshare (personal, free)
PowerPoint (Office Suite, licensed by SLU)
Word (Office Suite, licensed by SLU)

For the presentation:
Blackboard Collaborate (licensed by SLU)
Plantronics Headset (provided by library, ~$50)
Logitech PC Video Camera (provided by library, ~$100)

More Instructional Design Options For You

Here are some additional resources for your consideration. We'll review some of them together at our live session.

Feel free to sign up for trial accounts and bring your sample projects/ideas with you to share in class.

  1. http://flipquiz.me
  2. http://www.easel.ly
  3. http://padlet.com
  4. https://www.stormboard.com/
  5. https://techboomers.com/
  6. https://prezi.com/
  7. http://saintleo.it/
  8. http://voicethread.com/
  9. http://note.ly

If you find other innovative educational media programs or sites, please share by adding them to the Comments section for this box.