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The technologies introduced below either don’t require accounts, or are non-for-profit - except Polldaddy. 

Padlet for contributing media resources on a theme

Padlet accepts many media from many contributors, and displays these cleverly in a page which can be exported in PDF, spreadsheet and other formats. Padlets can be embedded and it is possible to receive alerts of changes.

http://padlet.com/trabimechanic/tes

Gigapixel for annotating images

Developed at Northwestern University, Gigapixel lets people annotate high definition images (you need to find somewhere to host these).

https://storymap.knightlab.com/gigapixel/ 

Hypothes.is for annotating online pages and docs, with collaboration

http://hypothes.is 

VideoAnt is for annotating YouTube videos

Developed in the University of Minnesota, a free service for minute-by-minute annotation of video uploaded to YouTube.

https://ant.umn.edu/ 

Answergarden for collecting responses

https://answergarden.ch/view/211719 

Lecturecast Active Learning Platform for in-session polling and questions

Students can interact with your slides using their own devices connected to Eduroam. Question types you can use are multichoice, short answer, ranking and click-on-image.

Lecturecast ALP for instructors.

Polldaddy for opinion polls or surveys

Polldaddy lets anyone with a wordpress.com account set up polls or surveys. It allows unlimited responses (this is rare, and what makes it amenable to large groups).

https://polldaddy.com/ 

Tricider for collecting ideas with pros and cons

http://www.tricider.com

Example: http://www.tricider.com/brainstorming/35Nj7bopeCN

Doodle for polls and organising meetings

http://doodle.com  

ZeeMaps for mapping

Zeemaps is good for mapping markers, routes, boundaries, landmarks, destinations, or objects.

https://www.zeemaps.com/ 

More tools (range of business models; accounts sometimes needed):

Ideas for what to do with the tools

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