Electronic Tools for Education
The following are sites and tools to help prepare presentations, share information, and collaborate with a team.
Diigo - collect, tag, and share sources you find online
Feedly - collects new content from selected online sources
Flickr - photosharing platform
Glogster - blog in graphic form
Instagram - post and share photos and videos
Pinterest - social bookmarking
Pixton - tool to create cartoons and comics
Prezi - build zooming presentations
Scoop.it - for collecting, annotating, and sharing web content
Slideshare - presentation-sharing online community
YouTube - video-hosting site
VoiceThread - photo, video, and document sharing
Wordle - builds word clouds from entered text
Alvernia Technology Resources
The Academic Success Center (ASC) provides student advising and support services. Located on the first floor of Bernardine Hall Room 105, its team includes professional, administrative, and student staff with responsibilities for Advising, Academic Support Services, and Accessibility Services. The Media Suite hosts and loans out state of the art technology for multimedia related projects. The information technology (IT) department is committed to providing students, faculty, and staff with a solid technological platform for finding, using, and storing information from a wide variety of resources.
Copyright & Fair Use
U.S. Copyright Law grants exclusive rights to creators of original works to copy, distribute, adapt, or perform works of their own authorship. Fair Use guidelines allow use of others’ creative works under some restricted, specified conditions. Additionally, you must remember that use of sources in any form requires careful attention to attribution or citation rules. Visit the library’s Copyright, Fair Use & File Sharing Research Guide to learn how and when you can legally use the work of others in your own projects. Contact the Library Director for guidance on Copyright compliance and Fair Use.