Create a banner image for your course module

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This video demonstration shows how to combine several images into a single JPEG image in Photoshop. Intermediate skills recommended.

Video tools? Here’s the ultimate index…


The ultimate index of video tools, compiled by Robin Good

Combine PDF files, reduce file size – all online!

Wow! Remember back in the 21st century you had to combine PDFs by using a small application that probably cost you $60, which you used Read More…

Rich Media for Engaged Learning

One of the first things you will notice as you transition from teaching F2F to teaching online is how different the communication environment can be.  Read More…

Sites for Free Images


Our faculty members have been asking for some free images  to use in their Moodle courses.  Here are several sites which have free photos and Read More…

Copyright-Free Images

Dr Tek Know

Dear Dr. Tech-Know:  I want to add images to my Moodle course, but I am nervous about copyright issues.  How can I be sure that Read More…

Simulations in the Classroom and Online

The emphasis at Granite State College on active and student-centered learning lends itself naturally to the use of simulations. Learning simulations provide safe practice environments Read More…

Using Twitter in your course to apply knowledge to current issues

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Twitter – the (in)famous microblogging platform – has gotten a bad rap as being a dumping ground for tweeting about what they ate for lunch, Read More…

Camtasia ~ screen recording and video capture tool


Camtasia is an easy to use screen recording tool that helps with creating high-quality and professional looking videos.  You can easily share your videos from Read More…

Screencasting with Jing


Capture an image off of your computer screen to use instantly and share. Jing is a great tool for adding basic visual elements to all Read More…

Using Jing videos in Moodle

Dr Tek Know

Dear Dr. Tech-Know: When I make my Jing videos, I upload my SWF files into my course. But when I display it in my course, Read More…

Free photographs, images, and screen capture tools


Freebies ~, Picassa, Flickr, Google Images, Jing and Screenr

Free video creation and hosting tools


Video creation tools ~ Windows Movie Maker, Adobe Flash Media Live Encoder, VLC Player, RealPlayer, Animoto, Vimeo, TeacherTube and YouTube

A claims analysis blog to facilitate teamwork, critical thinking


By Andy Smith and Linda Kenney – Originally presented at SUNY Conference on Instruction and Technology – May 24 – 27, 2011 Downloadable detailed instructions:  Team Read More…