Sunday, October 26, 2014

One New Online Tool I'll Use

Margaret Simon, at Reflections On The Teche, gathers links from others who'd like to share a digital tool that can be useful, personally or in the classroom. Hope you'll find something you'll like in the links for this Digilit Sunday.

      This week, I'm sharing Canva, an easy-to-use graphic tool that can cost per image, but there are many free images and backgrounds too, and one can upload photos, etc. as well. Check it out. I will find it useful when creating my own images, collages, illustrations, etc. I can imagine students printing book reports, quick illustrations for posters, too. There is also a draw tool. It is super easy to use and provides a .png image or a link.  Here's are two simple ideas:






4 comments:

  1. Thanks for linking up. I think I will try Canva in the classroom. We tried Piktochart and it was difficult for my students. Maybe Canva would be easier to use. I like the idea of celebrating a book with Canva.

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    1. It truly was so easy, Margaret. I hope it works well for your students!

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  2. Thanks for the tip, Linda! I will try it out and share with colleagues.

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    1. Hope it's helpful, Jane. You're welcome!

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