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Glogster EDU is a social network that allows users to create free interactive posters, or Glogs. A “Glog”, short for “graphics blog”, is an interactive multimedia image. It looks like a poster, but readers can interact with the content. Glogster EDU provides an online environment to design interactive posters. The user inserts text, images, photos, audio files, videos, special effects and other elements into their glogs to generate a multimedia online creation. Posters can be shared with other users on the site, embedded in external wikis or blogs, and shared via many social networks such as Facebook and Twitter. Glogs can also be exported and saved to computer-compatible formats (see more here).
Glogster EDU provides a series of webinars to share the potential of this web 2.0 tool among teachers and students. One of them is “Digital Storytelling with Faculty Edition“. You can join one of the 2 webinars; Become a Digital Storyteller, bring your story to life, and share it with your students.
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Digital storytelling allow us to take a linear series of events and bring them to life in a multidimensional experience; to communicate, collaborate, and infuse all types of living media into the process. In the world of digital storytelling, no single tool is more powerful, more engaging, or more FUN than Glogster EDU
Glogster EDU is a powerful online poster creation platform with an easy drag-and-drop interface, that enables users to create interactive, attractive, and media-rich posters.
Glogster EDU Faculty Edition is a group license, connecting 10 teachers, and 250 shared students. The Faculty Edition provides a powerful administrative dashboard to manage all accounts in the license, bringing the power of Glogster EDU to a shared, collaborative environment, enhancing your curriculum and the teaching and learning experience.
As thanks in advance for sharing, the team offers a FREE access to Glogster EDU’s latest Ebook: Connect to the Revolution.
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