- EDpuzzle is a tool that allows you to add your voice and text questions to educational videos.
- Poll Everywhere (http://www.pollev.com).
- Formative (http://www.goformative.com) allows professors to upload charts or graphic organizers that students can draw on with a stylus.
- Nearpod (http://www.nearpod.com) allows professors to upload their digital presentations and create digital quizzes to accompany them.
- Playposit (http://www.playposit.com) A video-based assessment allows professors to sustain discussion-board like conversation with brief videos.
- Flipgrid (http://www.flipgrid.com), allows professors to posit a video question to which students may respond with their own video responses.
- Quizizz (quizizz.com)
- Kahoot (http://www.kahoot.com) are relatively quick and convenient to use as a wrap up to instruction or a review of concepts taught.
- Thinglink : http://blog.stcloudstate.edu/ims?s=thinglink
- Apеster (https://app.apester.com/): can be played asynchronously (yet, restricted in time). Kahoot is a simultaneous game. EdPuzzle also lke Apester can be asynchronous, but like Kahoot requires an account, whereas Apester can be played by anyone.
- Padlet example: https://padlet.com/pmiltenoff/2l0s9cn9yghw
- Blendspace example:
- Flippity.net example (Google account needed):
please consider the following opportunities:
- Remote attendance through : https://webmeeting.minnstate.edu/collaborate
- Recording of the session: (URL will be shared after the session)
- Request a follow up meeting for your individual project: https://doodle.com/digitalliteracy
more on digital assessment in this IMS blog