Flowgram is a nice tool that I think many educators would find useful. Flowgram allows you to take webpages, photos, or PowerPoint presentations, put them into a linear sequence and add audio narration and notes. The result is somewhat like a screencast. It is free, does not require a download, and Flowgrams are embeddable in your blog, or can be shared in other ways (e.g., Facebook, Delicious, etc.)
Abhay Parekh, founder of the company, created a Flowgram to demonstrate the capabilities of the tool. Click on the image below:
Flowgram may be useful to yourself, or students. I can think of a number of educational applications.
Thanks Karen. I’m really happy it worked well for you! It is a very easy tool to use. And, great to hear your voice, very few people leave audio comments.
Yes, your audio comment feature is very cool – had to try it!
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