Have been having a bit of fun with VuVox today. It’s still in beta stage but seems to be stable enough although I did find some issues when embedding it into this page.
It’s a nifty wee tool for making a collage of images, videos and music presented in a scrolling format. Have a look at this quick example I put together…
The images were all from Flickr on Creative Commons unfortunately I’ve lost the list of where they all came from so if you want an image credit just send me a comment and I’ll update the post. The music is called Bereft by Paul Mottram and come from the Audio Network Production Library (education license – see here for the commercial site).
As far as uses go:
- A gallery of a student’s artwork projects
- Create a collage of abstract images, add music and use it as inspiration for a piece of poetry or creative writing
- A lesson starter for a topic in history, geography, science etc
- For displaying pictures from a school play or activity and linking to it in the school blog or website.
Have a go. It’s really intuitive and there’s some nice image editing tools.Let’s hope they sort out the embedding issues, though.