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More Emerging Tools

  • easel.ly
    Create your own infographics
  • infogr.am
    Easily create your own infographics.
  • Many Eyes
    Data visualization tool
  • Popplet
    Mind mapping tool
  • Scoop.it!
    Easily create and share an online magazine with content you're interested in.
  • Text 2 Mind Map
    Allows you to easily create mind maps
  • ToonDoo
    You can drag-drop or click to create comic strips.
  • Wordle
    Wordle is a tool for generating “word clouds” from text that you provide.
  • PowToon
    Create animated videos and presentations.
  • thinglink
    Create interactive websites, blogs, infographics, maps, photo albums, presentations, and more.
  • Kaizena
    Allows instructors to give feedback to students in a variety of ways including voice comments. Syncs with Google Drive.

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2014 Horizon Report

From the New Media Consortium. Outlines new media trends that will likely become adopted in 1 year or less, 2-3 years, 4-5 years.

A fabulous resource to use to see what is on the new media horizon.


Emerging Technology - 3D Printing

3D printing allows users to print 3D objects from digitally designed plans. 3D printing is achieved using additive processes, where an object is created by laying down successive layers of material. See wikipedia article on 3D printing.

This technology has existed since the 80's but is becoming more commonplace. Watch this TEDTalks video to get an idea of how the process works and how the technology may be utilized in the future.

Madison College also uses 3-D printers in some classes


Selection of New Media Books in Madison College Libraries


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