Screencast-O-Matic is a web application that enables video creation, editing, content management and video sharing. In a screencast, the presenter records all the screen activity and images continuously to complete a designated task.
A wiki is a website on which users collaboratively modify content and structure directly from the web browser. Wiki enables communities of editors and contributors to write documents collaboratively.
Google Classroom is one of the Google for Education products, that includes Drive, Docs, Gmail etc.
Cerebriti.edu is a platform which allows to create educational games in a short time and easily. Its aim is to increase gamification in the classroom and collaborative learning.
LinkedIn is a social network for professionals. People using LinkedIn can be marketing executives at a major company, business owners who run small local shops or even students looking to explore future career options.
E-mail (electronic mail) is used to exchange messages between individual or groups of people. E-mail messages are sent via the Internet. ‘Servers accept, forward, deliver, and store messages.
Google Duo is a video calling up. It offers one-to-one calling via Google, as part of the various tools developed and offered by Google.
Edmodo is an educational platform for the first 12 years of schooling (kindergarten – high school) with scalable features that allows teachers to communicate and collaborate with other educators and students to create a more interactive teaching environment (can be best thought as a digital classroom).
Blogger and in extension Blogspot (that was bought by Blogger) is an open source tool owned by Google, which serves as a free platform for creating one’s own blog and publishing articles, information, personal posts and webpages to as much a restricted population as the blogger chooses. It is one of the oldest established, free, secure tools of its kind and its strong suit is its strong security credentials