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D = Degrapha

Degrapha is an OPEN SOURCE FREE Graphing tool for creating bring the graphics classes up a level to provide a common ground between developer and designer within Flex.

In a classroom: How?

 Students can easily create a variety of data representations in numerous styles for their presentations/papers.     


D = Digg

Digg is a place for people to discover and share content from anywhere on the web and is a place where people can collectively determine the value of content and we’re changing the way people consume information online. Once something is submitted, other people see it and Digg what they like best. (Tracy)

In a classroom: How? 

Groups could do online research and post their results for group projects and collaboration. KD


  D = Diigo 

Social bookmarking web tool that permits user to save websites to a public or private library, share with friends in your network, highlight, add sticky notes, and tag entries for later retrieval. Teacher accounts are available free, this medium allows teachers to create student accounts which require no e-mail accounts, may be kept private and grouped so students can share necessary resources. (gf) 

In a classroom: How?

Helps student groups share resources, facilitates group collaboration; as a teacher, allows you to see what students are bookmarking and the notes they are taking and sharing. (gf)


D = Dimdim

Dimdim is a product which allows anyone host or attend live meetings, webinars using just a web browser.  Sharing documents, web pages, whiteboards along with audio and video recording.  No download required for this product. The product cost about $25 dollars a month. (John)

In a classroom: How?

Dimdim could work as a means of meeting with group members for a project.  It could provide a platform to teach a course.  

 


D = Dropbox

Dropbox is a cloud application that allows you to save your projects to a file that can be made available and updated on several computers. Documents saved to your Dropbox file are automatically updated when you access the internet.

In a classroom: How?

Dropbox files can be shared with individuals for collaborative purposes. Team members can track changes or save revisions under agreed upon protocols. (kjs)

 

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