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Quizlet Gets Even Better – You Can Now Create “Interactive Diagrams”

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Quizlet, the amazing site that’s already on The Best Tools To Make Online Flashcards, has just unveiled the ability for users to create and study “interactive diagrams.”

Basically, these are annotated images that can be used for study that also include audio.

They are easy to make, and English Language Learners could use them to label images. There are quite a few other tools that let you do this (see The Best Online Tools For Using Photos In Lessons ).  However, none of the others include the features of being able to record audio and use them as a studying tool.  Students could create them as “games” that their classmates can “play.”

Here’s an example of a simple one on the site.  Below it you can view a short video from Quizlet about this new feature.

Author: Larry Ferlazzo

I'm a high school teacher in Sacramento, CA.

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