Below is a list of browser apps and resources that can be used to create presentations, videos, inforgrapics, and interactive content. They might be of particular interest to faculty for use in the classroom.
A website with more than 35 interactive charts and over 500 maps to help you visualize data, including pie charts, bar graphs, column tables, and word clouds. Infogram is available in both paid and free versions.
ThingLink’s image interaction technology helps students become fluent in using digital media to express themselves and demonstrate their learning. Use it to create interactive infographics, maps, drawings, and 360 documentaries in a classroom setting, at home, or on field trips.
Sway is a Microsoft program that allows users to create interactive reports, presentations, personal stories, and more. Tutorials are also available. WesternU faculty, staff, and students have access to Sway as a part of Office 365.
Allows users to create learning games. Users can create a series of multiple choice questions. The format and number of questions are entirely up to the user. Also allows users to add videos, images and diagrams to questions to amplify engagement.