There is no amplification in saying that there are over hundred of educational applications around the web, so it is difficult trying to collect them all in a list. However, some stand out more than others for their innovation and their ability to get followers, and those are the starring in this collection.
1. Dropbox – A virtual hard disk with several GB free and accessed from almost any device. However, it is much more than that.
2. Google Drive – The evolution of Google Docs which adds to its multiple document creation tools, virtual considerable free space.
3. CloudMagic – An extension and an app simultaneously in a multi-device for finding information in Gmail, Twitter, Facebook, Evernote and many other services.
4. Jumpshare – Share documents in seconds where you will be allowed to view the online as well as can download them any time, available for two weeks in the cloud.
5. Weebly – A tool for creating websites that stands out for its comfortable visual editor and its low cost, starting with a free plan comfortable.
6. Issuu – Also to share documents but mainly those whose importance lies in its graphic content since their specialty is the display options.
7. ePubBud – A space to create and publish eBooks.
8. Infogr.am – To create colorful interactive computer graphics, with brilliant tools to access and process data graphically including a Miniature Sheet drop-down calculation.
9. Text2MindMap – A tool for creating mind maps through a small text editor and an interactive board very easy to use.
10. EdCanvas – To create and share the lessons of classes in digital format.
11. DraftSight – To download videos from YouTube, Vimeo, DailyMotion, etc…
12. ClassDojo – To manage reports regarding student behavior, useful enough to share with parents.
13. Animoto – One of the best tool for creating online videos from multimedia (photos, videos, text, etc…) stored locally or just using the available online.
14. Todaysmeet – A quick option to create chat rooms.
15. Slideshare – The best option to create and share presentations with slides from a personal channel to be shown and a place to feed back to the comments.
16. Voki – To create a speaking avatar accompanying multimedia lessons.
17. Screen Capture by Google (Google Chrome) and Screenshot (Mozilla Firefox)- Extensions to take screenshots, save and / or share them via social networks. If you prefer a desktop application my recommendation is Screenpresso .
18. RecordMP3 – To record and share MP3 audio.
19. Diigo – The alternative to Delicious for capture and management links.
20. Prezi – The replacement for Microsoft PowerPoint soporific leads to a new level thanks to their presentations interactive tools, visualizations fascinating, elegant styles, an editor really simple, links to online content, etc..
21. PicMonkey – A fascinating online image editor, substitute of Picnik.
22. Loopster – Another very simple online video editor.
23. PlanBoard – To plan lessons effectively.
24. Scoop.it and Paper.li – Tools for Web content healing.
25. Socrative – The laptops , tablets and smartphones have taken over the classrooms, make them beneficial with games, tasks and interactive exhibitions between devices.
26. Join.me – A tool for screen sharing and teamwork.
27. Zamzar – A powerful converter of files in lots of formats of documents, images, videos, music, eBooks, etc..
28. Poll Everywhere – Create quick surveys instant feedback via Twitter, SMS and more.
29. VoiceThread – To record and share all types of multimedia material in the form of presentations, with audio commentary and video.
30. Evernote – Just a Note Tool other worldly. It iss used for academia ranging from management to gathering lessons multimedia content over the network using your web grabber .
31. TeachersPayTeachers – Sharing lessons among colleagues.
32. Gnowledge – A space to create and share multiple choice tests and exercises with both students and other teachers.
33. Udemy – To create online courses with efficient content management tools, promotion, subscription and even collaboration with its huge community that transcends continents.
34. Plagiarisma.net – One of the many options online to detect plagiarism in writing.
35. Academia.edu – The wider academic community allows easy contact between peers with its choices to highlight interests, areas of interest and locations. It is also a good place to find and share papers.
36. Blogger – To create a blog in seconds with the help of the amazing Google platform, which facilitates the integration of other services for media management company.
37. TED – Thousands of video lectures on hundreds of areas of knowledge, given by world-class experts.
38. Wolfram Alpha – All the world’s knowledge after a small search box. One of the many things it does is solve all kinds of mathematical exercises, excelling even against other brilliant options .
39. TinyChat – A room video chat very comfortable by allowing access through social networks, up to 12 people sharing their webcam and commenting the other messages.
40. Google+ – Google’s social network is light years away from competitors regarding integration of services (Drive and YouTube best) and efficient tools as its popular hangouts. That’s only because the overall academic uses are quite varied.
41. Olesur – To create PDF’s with math problems, chips literacy, enrichment activities and calligraphy, and teaching resources for printing.
42. Pinterest – To organize categorically all sorts of graphic material in small groups (boards) and then share via social networks or just keep them private. A mockup specialized education is Learni.st .
43. LaTeX Lab – An online LaTeX editor with the technology of Google documents.
44. Wiggio – One of the many powerful tools for group work with lists, calendar, polls, profiles and various interaction functions.
45. WordPress.org – A content management system with easy to use options with thousands of plug-in and themes available online for FREE but much more elegant as compared to Blogger.com.
46. YouTube for Schools – A special version of YouTube for educators where you can have hundreds of academic videos from sites like YouTube EDU , Stanford and TED.
47. Khan Academy – Thousands of classes, high quality, video on different fields of knowledge offered by teachers around the world. Anyone can help with the project.
48. Moodle – A free platform for creating LMS type courses, similar to Blackboard but totally free, with more interactive tools and a large community following its continuous development and improvement.
49. Canvas – Also for management courses completely online (no installation on your own server), much sleeker and easier to use.
50. Google Calendar – For the management of time and tasks, but also very useful specifically for creating calendars (e.g. care about student schedules or dates of tests and assignments) and share.