Inquiry-based research is a complex multi-phase process in which specific technologies may be beneficial. The technology tools listed below are basic, yet tried-and-tested tools useful to the initial phases of the inquiry process.
- Compare technological and non-technological tools; for example, recent research studies suggest that note-taking by hand has distinct advantages over taking notes with a laptop.
- Choose the tool(s) that best accommodate your purpose, audience, skill/confidence level, and setting (availability & ease of use for presentation context) — the P.A.S.S. test.
Open/Explore/Immerse Phases of Inquiry
Create/Share Phases of Inquiry
- Top tips for effective presentations
- How to make a better presentation without Powerpoint
- 72 Creative Ways for Students to Show What They Know (with and without technology)
- Creation-tool technologies supported in Vic High library (availability & help in usage): Blogspot , Comic Life, Glogster, Google Slides, iMovie, Prezi, Spark Video, Tellagami, Stop Motion, Timetoast, Voicethread, GAFE Tools (Slides, Docs), Weebly, WordPress,