This allows you to create online surveys where you can collect information about your potential target audience, these surveys can be embedded into a blog (like below) or sent via email or facebook.
This survey software also collects and colates your data into charts and graphs for you to analyse at a later date.
This is a useful tool to show your ability to plan your time and your organisation skills. These calendars can be embedded into your blog to show your planning easily and quickly.
A basic example of how this can look can be seen below:
This is a social media tool you where you can create walls containing images and links to other content, such as images, websites and videos. This is useful for gathering fonts, images of magazines and other inspirations. These walls can be embedded into your blog posts as you can see below:
This is a interactive timeline programme you could use to chart or plan your progress through your coursework.
An example of how a Dipity can look can be seen below:
TimeToast is an interactive timeline app, this could be used to chart or plan your progress throughout your coursework project.
An example of how a TimeToast can look can be seen below:
Popplet is another mindmap software, this one however can only be used to insert text. This could be used to create a list of initial ideas for your magazine.
You will have to convert your Popplet to an image in order to embed it in your blog as the embed option can fail on some computers.
An example of how a Popplet might look can be seen below:
This is a mindmap software that can contain text and images. Although this software can be a little clunky at times it can use used effectively if the information is small enough, the trick is to keep your ‘nodes’ small containing a few sentences rather than paragraphs.
An example of a SpicyNode can be seen below:
This website can be used to upload powerpoint presentations to to allow them to be embedded in your blog posts. This is not a particularly creative piece of technology, but can be used to portray information effectively.
An example of a SlideShare can be seen below:
This is an online mindmap software that can contain text and images. This can be used for a variety of different tasks, however the free account will only allow you to create 3 mindmaps.
An example of how the mindmap can look can be seen below:
An explanation of how to use Bubbl.us can be found here