Ozge Karaoglu

A to Z Web Tools: G+H

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October 21, 2011 By: Ozge Karaoglu

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Here are the web tools for G and H.

EduGlogster is a tool to create online visual posters that are called glogs. You can add text, images, music and video to your interactive glog.

GoAnimate is a tool where you can create your own cartoons/animations using a variety of tools.

GeoGreeting lets you create greeting cards using letters on google maps.

GeekChart lets you show where you share stuff online as a web widget.

Gickr is a tool to create animated pictures online.

Glypho is a great way to write and read novels. You can find many great ideas for novels or you can write your own to inspire others.

Grabbabeast is an interactive website where you can build your own beast using a variety of body parts.

GraffitiCreator allows you to create your graffiti and share it online.

Grapholite is a tool for designing professional-looking flowcharts, organizational charts, mind maps, venn charts etc. that can be used online and offline, in and out of browser.

Google Search Stories is a tool to create digital storytelling using google search.  You choose a video based on your search terms, add some music, then click create.

HideText allows you to convert text to image. This helps you to hide passwords, emails, personal messages, codes or any kind of information on a picture.

HearWho  converts your text to speech and saves it as an MP3 file so that you can listen to it on any device capable of playing MP3 files, such as ipods, PDAs, mobile phones, MP3 players.

HotPotatoes is a tool to create interactive exercises for your students.

HistoryPin is a tool to share small glimpses of the past with pictures and to build up the huge story of human history.

HearWho allows you to turn any text into speech so you can listen to it.

Hunch allows you to share what you like with other people and get recommendations based on your taste.

Huffduffer is a tool to create podcasts from audio links from the web and share it with others.

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