A unique collaboration with some of the world’s most acclaimed art museums to enable people to discover and view more than a thousand artworks online in extraordinary detail.
Explore museums with Street View technology: virtually move around the museum’s galleries, selecting works of art that interest you, navigate though interactive floor plans and learn more about [...]
One challenge of developing media-rich classroom projects is helping students find appropriate sound and music files that they can use as they complete assignments. Copyright issues and inappropriate songs cause many websites offering audio downloads to be blocked by our content filter. These sites provide royalty free music, sound effect clips and editing tools [...]
In a recent article in THE Journal, Jennifer Demski explains how music teachers are using digital technology to excite students about creating music on today’s terms. The article cites multiple examples of how music teachers are reaching out to students to increase their interest in music. One teacher that incorporates technology into her music curriculum [...]
Picnik.com – Upload your image and then edit it: resize, recolor, adjust lighting, add stamps, add borders, add text, fix red-eye, etc.
Rsizr.com – Seam carving technology – This site will analyze rows of pixels in your image to keep the parts that are richer in detail. It’s hard to explain so you’ll just have to [...]
Snipshot is a free online image editing tool that allows you to crop, resize, adjust, etc. your images. Images for your school website should be 50KB.
From the site:
No download necessary—100% browser based, no plug-ins required
One-click import from any web site (including Flickr) with our bookmarklet
Export to Flickr, or save as GIF, JPG, PDF, PNG or TIF
The Fine Arts Blog for teachers of the arts in Baldwin County Public Schools
The Technology Page of the National Association for Music Education
The “Opportunity-to-Learn” Standards for Music Technology
The National Art Education Association
Resources for Teaching About Art and Music at “Kidspace” at the Internet Public Library
Project Gutenberg – Literary works in the public domain available for [...]
Picassa is a free image editing tool from Google. Download Picassa here
TechLearning has an article on How To Use Picasa for Student Creativity
Another useful (and free) image tool is this online image resizer. There’s nothing to install, just upload your image and resize it online.
Flash based lessons and training for music covering a wide range of topics such as, notes, scales, chords, etc. The entire site can also be downloaded for offline use.