Digital learning tool selector
With an increasing number of digital tools available to Australian educators, NSW Department of Education has made assessment of each a little easier, courtesy of its Digital Learning Selector (DLS) website.
The website stimulates new ideas for integrating ICT into teaching practice through provision of learning activities and templates. The site also features an overview of more than 120 software and app learning tools, including links to tutorials and further information.
Products covered include those from major vendors like Google, Microsoft and Adobe, along with other useful apps and tools suitable for educational use. The site's advanced filter allows users to sort by audience, category, keyword, age group and more.
Further information is available on DLS website.
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