Here you can find interesting links related to ICTs. The idea is that you can reuse all the materials that appear here, so we'll mainly deal with websites under a Creative Commons license. Please send any comments or suggestions that you think helpful. If you want to ask anything about the information provided here, send me an email at email@example.com
- TED Talks. This website is a repository of the speeches given at TED conferences. You can download them with subtitles. They are real speeches, therefore only suitable for advanced learners.
- elllo.org. Lots of listenings with exercises and transcripts.
- Authoring software (software to create your own materials)
- ExeLearning. There is the official website at http://exelearning.org (no longer updated) and Spanish website with updates at http://exelearning.net. It is software to create activities in HTML format, which can therefore be seen in any device. There is a course at cefire.edu.gva.es to learn the basics of ExeLearning.
- HotPotatoes. It is a suite of six applications to create exercises such as multiple-choice, short-answer, jumbled-sentence, crossword, matching/ordering and gap-fill exercises matching, suitable to be used with any web browser.
- JClic. It is an environment to create multimedia activities, similar to the ones you can create with HotPotatoes. Its main components are JClicAuthor, to create your own materials or edit others, and JClicPlayer, to use what was created with JClicAuthor.
- VLEs (Virtual Learning Environment)
- MOODLE. It is the most used VLE. You can create your virtual courses there and it has almost infinite possibilities. It has to be allocated in a website. Most IESs in Valencia have now their own MOODLE at Conselleria's site. Ask the IT teachers at your IES about it.
- Edmodo. Another environment to have your online classroom.
- Reverso Context. Type a word or several words in the translation search engine and instantly get a variety of examples of use taken from real-life situations (movie dialogs, news articles, etc.) and from official documents.
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