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A presentation explaining twiddla.


on 18 June 2010

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Transcript of Twiddla

What is Twiddla? "Twiddla is a no setup, web based meeting playground." Basically a confrence call with web surfing thrown in. "Mark up websites, graphics, and photos, or start brainstorming on a blank canvas." says the website. You don't need to sign up to use Twiddla. Text can be entered in directly or can be placed in a text bubble or on a post-it note. How? Everyone in a meeting can contribute by drawing freehand, useing shapes provided by twiddla or entering text. Any website can be selected to mark up. works cited Team WhiteBoarding with Twiddla - Painless Team Collaboration for the Web. Web. 21 Apr. 2010. <http://www.twiddla.com/>.
"Team Whiteboarding with Twiddla." ReadWriteWeb - Web Apps, Web Technology Trends, Social Networking and Social Media. Web. 21 Apr. 2010. <http://www.readwriteweb.com/archives/team_whiteboarding_with_twiddla.php>. First, someone sets up a meeting
and sends anyone who wants to or
needs to join the meeting an e-mail. Then,
anyone that got the e-mail clicks on a link in the e-mail and can start contributing. Why? It's a meeting. online. not much more to say huh? oh yeah it's free. http://nasignews.wordpress.com/2009/12/18/244-200912-committee-updates-telecom-tf/ Pros:
1. It's free.
2. any file can be uploded.
3. Anyone can join.
4. It comes with tools.
5. It can use sound.
1. some of the tools are hard to use.
2. sound is bad in big groups.
3. it might run slow in huge groups. Good and Bad Why is this good for kids?
Kids might want to use this because you don't need to sign up Why might this be bad for kids? It might be weird to not talk to a person face to face. Why is this good for teachers?
It's free why might this be bad for teachers?
This might be bad because someone might loose connection or not show up. The End Twiddla
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