Check out the tools below for new ways to organize and present information.
Use Pinwords to create an awesome looking poster using your own images and words!
Create unlimited animated videos or slideshows with this easy to use tool.
Evernote is a place to record and save all your thoughts, notes, photos—whatever you upload—in the cloud so that you can get to all of it from your computer, smartphone, tablet, or anywhere you have an Internet connection and a browser. Evernote has apps for Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, and Windows Phone, in addition to its Web app.
Prezi is a presentation tool that can be used as an alternative to traditional slide making programs such as PowerPoint. Instead of slides,Prezi makes use of one large canvas that allows you to pan and zoom to various parts of the canvas and emphasize the ideas presented there.
This a free web application that gives you a more glamorous presentation than the basic powerpoint. There are some really great dynamic templates.
Use Piktochart to create an Infographic (Poster with data).
With Diigo, collect and tag your online resources for easy access anytime, anywhere. Annotate web pages and PDF's directly as you browse online. Organize your links, references and personal input to create a structured research base through Outliner. Share your research with friends, classmates, colleagues or associates.
Livebinders is a digital 3 ring binder that you can put virtually anything into; webpage, PDF, document, image, or video. Everything is organized by tab and you can even have subtabs within those tabs.
Canva is an online graphic design platform. It offers free access to a wide assortment of design tools and options, as well as premium options for paying customers.