Resources for Digital Devices
This section contains information about a variety of technological learning resources, including shareable digital assets, media resource tools and work-at-home software opportunities. You'll find information on using portable computing devices such as iPads, laptops, table PCs, PDAs and smart phones with wireless networks to enable mobile learning.
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Digital Asset Resources
Below is a list of great resources for shareable digital assets including stock photos, audio, video, and animation, etc.
EFSC Library’s databases provide several sources to find streaming video collections (Films On Demand, Ambrose Videos, Feature Films for Education etc.). The databases can be accessed from the EFSC Library website or the Library Resources tab in Canvas courses.
YouTube - Upload and share thousands of video clips.
Digital Media Resources
Copyright Guide - learn more about copyrights before using Internet resources.
Editing Audio: Audacity
Useful Mobile Apps for Apple Devices
NOTE: You will need to download these apps using iTunes.
Evernote - Allows you to copy web pages and screen shots on your PC, create notes, take pictures, then (like Dropbox) sync them immediately to any other device that has Evernote installed (iPad, iPod, iPhone, Android, PC, Mac)
Wikipanion - Designed for easy search, navigation and display or Wikipedia entries
Photoshop Express - Photo editing app and companion to Photoshop.com (2GB of free storage for photos and videos)
Dictionary.com - Dictionary and Thesaurus with nearly 2 million words, definitions, synonyms and antonyms (no Internet connection required after install)
Read It Later Free - Save web pages to read later, even without an Internet connection
PCalc Lite Calculator - Lite version of the PCalc Scientific Calculator (additional features can be purchased)
Quick Graph - Free high quality graphing calculator, 2D and 3D. Enter and/or edit equations and visualize them in mathematical notations
iBooks - eBook and pdf reader
Free Books - 23,469 free classics to go
Dragon Dictation - Voice recognition app to easily record your voice and instantly see the recording as text
Useful Mobile Apps for Android Devices
NOTE: You will need to download these apps using Android Market on your Android OS device.
Qik – This is a video app that lets you create video with your Android device. It also lets you send the video directly to an e-mail address, and has a two-way video call capability.
Dropbox – Take a picture with your Tab and view it on your computer, or drop any documents you’re likely to refer to during a workshop or meeting in the PC, then sync to your account on the Tab. All those docs are instantly available on the Tab.
Evernote – Allows you to copy web pages and screen shots on your PC, create notes, take pictures, then (like Dropbox) sync them immediately to any other device that has Evernote installed (iPad, iPod, iPhone, Android, PC, Mac).
Droid Scan – Lets you take pictures of documents or whiteboards, then enhances the image to make it more legible. Also, it can automatically sync with Evernote.
The college is licensed to offer Microsoft Office365 to faculty at no cost. You can find more information by logging into myEFSC. Read the information concerning accessing and using Office and click on the red Office365 button.