Rolling the Credits
Without these software manufacturers, the Educational Technology portion of this site would have not been possible. It is amazing how much software is free (or available for a small fee) long enough for educators and schools to evaluate and select the best tools for personal or professional needs.
I would like to thank Professor Jane VanGalen of the University of Washington Bothell, for the whirlwind tour through these technologies. I would also like to thank Ava Erickson, who reviewed the original edition of this site.
|Amazon||http://www.amazon.com/||Headphones, microphones, textbooks|
|Flickr||http://www.flickr.com||All photographs that were not originals or purchased|
|http://www.google.com||Zillions of searches|
|Library of Math||http://www.libraryofmath.com||Sine and cosine graphs|
|NCH Swift Sound Software||http://nch.com.au||WavePad Audio editor|
|VoiceThread||http://www.voicethread.com||Interactive audio/visual presentation|
|Weebly||http://www.weebly.com||Bleeding edge website development|
|Wet Paint||http://www.wetpaint.com||Sandbox wiki|
|Yahoo||http://www.yahoo.com||Just about everything else|