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Today's Meet and Tagxedo

Today's Meet and Tagxedo

Meet online, have question and answer sessions, get input from your class as you go along. There are many possible applications of these simple to use tools.

Another really simple and free tool to use in the classroom is Today’s Meet. You as the lecturer can set up a meeting space beforehand and simply direct your students to the address. One could typically use this in class (from any enabled device) for the students to ask questions, have discussions, post key bits of information as you go along etc.


Go to to create your space:


Once the space had been verified as being available, send your team the link. They simply have to enter their names and click on join to take part in the discussion:




If you need to get the gist of a session, point a word cloud tool in the direction of session content. Tagxedo is a really nice tool for this. It quickly shows you what the most prominent words in the session were. Obviously this word cloud tool can help you get the main points of any document/website content. If I drop this blog into Tagxedo, for example, we get something like this:








Posted by Shaun Meyer on 02 April 2012 20:28:14

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