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Use these video tutorials to learn about all kinds of programs to use in your classrooms!

BeFunky Tutorial
Photo Editor/Tutorial.  You can rotate, change colors, cartoonize, add stickers, text, frames, etc.  
Blogger
Blogger allows you to publish your thoughts about anything, with text, pictures, video on a customizable blog.
Destiny
Destiny is a search engine for the books/resources found in the entire school corporation.
Easel.ly
Easel.ly is a internet poster maker that helps with presentation and projects.
Glogster
www.edu.glogster.com
Glogster allows you to create online interactive posters with images, text, music, and videos.
Gmail
E-mail from Google that allows collaboration on presentations and documents. You can easily manage your e-mail in folders, and you can upload documents and save them to your account.
Google Calendar
Use Google calendar to plan events and times.  Share it with others.
Google Docs
With Google Docs you can create and share your work online and access your documents from anywhere, you can manage documents, spreadsheets, presentations, surveys, and more.
Google Earth
Google Earth lets you fly anywhere on earth to view satellite imagery, maps, terrain, 3-D buildings, from galaxies in outer space to the canyons of the ocean. You can also view the Moon and even Mars.
InDesign CS5
InDesign CS5 is a desktop publishing software that is utilized in Mr. Anderson's and Mrs. Brummett's classrooms.
Nettrekker
Nettrekker is an educational search tool that pulls up teacher approved, standers-aligned content and tools for students and teachers to use.
Photostory
Photostory is a program that allows students to import photos, add text, and add audio to your photos. The finished product is a picture video.
Prezi
Prezi is an online presentation website that uses one big canvas rather than individual slides. This allows users to add text, graphics, and videos anywhere throughout your presentation. Prezi is a great alternative to PowerPoint slide shows.
Quizlet
Quizlet is an interactive flash card maker that allows students to study online. It is useful for studying languages and vocabulary standardized test.
Sliderocket
Sliderocket is owned by Google.  It is a great alternative to Open Office Presentation, Google Docs Presentation, and Powerpoint.  Once you have a Google account, you can use it.  It has nice features that are so much better than the alternative presentation applications.
ToonDoo
ToonDoo allows you to create your own comic strips, then publish and share them.
Wordle
Wordle is a tool that you can use to make word clouds or word collages.  Students can create their own from scratch, copy and paste text, or add a URL and it will do it for you.  You can customize the results yourself.