Tuesday 8 August 2017

Creating Dynamic Learning Objects with Genial.ly

This has become one of my favourite tools for creating not just infographics but all kinds of digital content from reading mazes, infograhics and interactive images to video based tasks.

Once you have built your learning objects you can either get a link to them or embed them into webpages or blogs.

This is a great template for a course introduction.

The editing tools runs in the web browser and you can connect together multiple pages, add video elements and animate just about any element of the page and design.

The dashboard has built in image and graphics search with lots of icons buttons and illustrations to add to your designs.

There are some premium templates and features that are only available for subscribers, such as downloading the files as html5, but you can purchase the right to do this on a one off basis, so if you only want to do it once you don’t need to commit to a subscription.

The templates look really professional and there is an education section that has some great ideas and templates for building games, quizzes and other instructional content.

This is a great tool for student projects and presentations and will help their results to look really professional even though they are using a free subscription.

Genial.ly is a really great authoring tool for infographics, presentations and a whole range of animated graphics.

I hope you find it useful. You can find links to many more tools like this and activities for the digital classroom in my ebooks at: http://peacheypublications.com/. All my ebooks are available for iOS and as PDF.

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Nik Peachey

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