Targeted mainly for English Language Teachers
iPad App Touch Cast
Explain Everything Great tool for making e-lectures
Book Creator Free ebook creator
not always great translation, but love the speech recognition challenge screencast
Divii - tidy dictionary with video examples
Mobile devices to access Google Drive (documents)
Vocabulary.com App This is just second to none. Check out their homepage
Socrative - Quick quizzes.
Layar example> http://www.ismartedu.net/augmented-reality-for-parents/
Layar used to focus more on environmental AR. I’m a little disappointed that they shifted to print. It was really fun to look about the room and create Layars on the walls :-)
MoveNote - Quick, easy video lecture creator (mobile). Upload pictures or PPT and include your video (webcam) from your phone. I’ve used this to do some “flipped” lectures. The problem I have with it is that I can’t download a final video. I’ve also has a small problem with conversion of some PPTs. However, it is good for quick and dirty tutorials.
Michael Griffin's Why Don't Korean students use apps for learning English?
This special Learning2gether event is a part of the post-conference of the 9th International and 45th Annual ELTAI Conference
ELTAI is the English Language Teachers' Association of India, Rajasthan: Jaipur Chapter