UNESCO published 7 interesting tools for creating digital learning content to help schools switch to online teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Below is the list of the most used tools for creating digital learning content:
- Thinglink – creates interactive images, videos, and other multimedia resources.
- Buncee – supports the creation and sharing of visual representations of learning content, including media-rich lessons, reports, newsletters, and presentations.
- EdPuzzle – creates video lessons.
- Kaltura – creates and manages videos with integration options for various learning management systems.
- Nearpod – creates lessons with informative and interactive assessment activities.
- Pear Deck – facilitates the design of engaging instructional content with various integration features.
- Squigl – creates content and transforms speech or text into animated videos.
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