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ZERO COST RESOURCES

     

   What are Zero course resources?

Z resources are resources that are provided and available at Albright College for free or no cost to students and faculty. It takes a wide variety of learning tools to create an interactive, engaged and student-centered course. Below is an updated and growing list of resources primarily for professors but many can be shared with students. Use the tabs below to explore.

RESOURCES YOU CAN USE

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 No Cost Resources for Grammar & Writing

Looking for images you can use in your courses?

  Want to liven up your presentations?

  • Adobe Spark is a free graphic design tool for web pages, social media posts, and videos.
  • Microsoft Sway is an interactive digital storytelling tool. Free to students and faculty using their  Albright Office 365 account.
  • Poll Everywhere add polls and feedback to presentations with this free PP & Google slide add-in.
  • Google Slides is a great way to collaborate with others to create a presentation.
  • Prezi uses motion, zoom, and spatial relationships to bring ideas to life.
  • PechaKucha 20x20 is a simple presentation format where you show 20 images, each for 20 seconds. Check out examples of PechaKucha presentations. This NOBA article explains why it works to engage students and how students can use it.

Interactive Learning Tools 

  • H5P use this tool to create interactive learning content for your courses.
  • GeoGebra Simulations free online tools for graphing, geometry, 3D and more.
  • Quizlet: create or search for digital flashcards.
  • Quizizz a way for professors or students to create quizzes and games to enhance learning.
  • Poll Everywhere is a free live polling tool that can easily be used in a lecture, presentation or anywhere you want to engage students.

  Tutorial Resources

 

 

  • Hoonuit is  24/7 on-demand training for technology applications, academic support, and career services. View Handout FIXXXX
  • Khan Academy offers practice exercises, instructional videos including in almost all subjects.
  • Learn Software for Free offers more than 180 topics, including more than 2,000 lessons, 800+ videos, and more.
  • Microsoft 365 Training offers tutorials and tips for Microsoft products. Sign in using your Albright account to access. 

Library Resources (may require an Albright login)

  Check out these internet sources for videos

  • WikiMedia Commons s a media file repository of CC-licensed and public domain images and videos.
  • Yovisto is a video search engine specializing in educational video content.
  • Open Culture offers 1150 movies including classics, indies, film noir, documentaries, comedies and more. 
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