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I attended the session “Going Digital without Going Broke” at the 2010 Creating Futures Through Technology Conference this past Thursday and found many free tools given in the session were quite useful.  The session was presented by Craig Jackson, E-Learning Specialist of Research and Curriculum Unit at Mississippi State University.

In his presentation, Craig shared many free tools that could help teachers create engaging e-learning modules without breaking the budget.  Some of the free tools include webinar applications, streaming video sites, video conversion tools, and many other tools and sites that will help teachers at the forefront of training without breaking the bank.  Here is the complete list of free tools presented in Craig’s session:

Personally, I have used many of these tools and I like Craig’s selection.  I think Craig did a terrific job of compiling the list.  Also, Craig has developed the DISK (Digital Immigrant Survival Kit) Handbook.  They should be very useful for teachers and trainers.

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