This is a slightly different quiz creation package - simply find yourself a YouTube video, or upload your own, and then you can create quizzes with various different answers for people to choose from. It's quite bright and loud with buzzers and sounds for right/wrong answers and would greatly appeal to children I suspect.
ImageQuiz as the name would suggest, is a tool that allows you to create a quiz based on images. For example - a map of the world, and the quiz is to find particular countries, or a picture of a castle and the idea is to identify different parts of it. Fun tool, and it looks very easy to use.
eQuizShow Online Quizzes allows teachers (or indeed anyone else) to quickly create an online quiz. No registration is required, and you can create your own templates, and include images. Very straightforward, does what it should, but I didn't find it particularly inspiring.
InfoActive is a tool to create infographics. You do need to sign up in order to use it, which is why I haven't given it any sort of review, and they haven't really given much by the way of examples, which is a shame. However, if you're looking to create visuals, and you've got a bunch of data that you can use, this may be worth your time.
The worst happens - you lose access to Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. Unlikely, but it does happen. Hopefully you'll get it back, but what if you don't? What happens to all those tweets, photographs and so on? If the idea horrifies you, take a look at Social Downloader. It's a new easy-to-use social downloader to backup your social life in 1 click. You need to download the utility and give it access to your accounts. It can then:
Facebook backup: photos (Wall, Albums and Tagged), comments and likes
Instagram backup: photos, comments, likes, tags, friends and followers
Twitter Downloader - Download, backup and export from Twitter" Twitter backup: tweets, favorites and friends
Zinepal creates eBooks in the PDF, ePub, Kindle and Mobipocket formats.
It's one of the easiest ways to make eBooks and printable PDFs from existing
web content in order to reach additional audiences and offer readers more choices. It's very easy to use - I simply provided it with my URL, it listed the blog posts and I chose the ones that I wanted to include. It then created the magazine for me. Nice and simple, quick and easy.
says of itself: "Millions of avid readers come to Issuu every day to read free publications, created by enthusiastic publishers from all over the globe. Issuu’s publishers include the biggest names in fashion, lifestyle, art, sports and global affairs. Many more are people just like you." What that means in practice is that you can upload your own content, edit it with one of their templates and let other people read it. Great if you want to encourage children to learn about reading and journalism, or if you want to encourage people to read your stuff.
FatURL is a URL bundling service, and it's very good. You can add in up to 36 URLs and the resource will create a page for you, with a table of contents and you can click on each link in order to see the framed page. You also get a control panel and some analytics as well. If you want to try it out, click on http://faturl.com/philbradley Yes, you can choose your own URL and avatar as well.This is a nifty little tool if you have a lot of links to share for a presentation for example. I think it's far superior to the Bitly bundling for example, and I also think that it's a better option than Krunchd and is almost as good as Jogtheweb.
Photo Editing Made Simple - Free Online Photo Editor This is a very nice tool - simple to use, quick and effective. There's a lot of menu options available, including some really fun ones such as tilt shift for example. If you want to do more with your photographs than just take them, this is a tool that's worth looking at. You can pull in images from social media networks, and share to them as well. Very neat.