Technology in School

S'cool Tool: Mural.ly

Nov 29, 2012

BETA If the zooming, panning, flying awesomeness of Prezi leaves you a little motion-sick, consider MURAL.LY for your next project or brainstorm. In line with many web2.0 tools, you can drag and drop just about anything onto a large canvas. Once you’ve painted a picture of your next great idea, science fair results, or research project, Mural.ly allows you to add frames that act as sequential visual cues for viewers or collaborators. We’re most impressed by the template options. It's super-easy to start a project plan or brainstorm a new idea. But beware of the beta -- though the FAQs suggest Chrome or Safari, we had the smoothest experience in Firefox.

Technology in School

S'cool Tool: Mural.ly

Nov 29, 2012

BETA If the zooming, panning, flying awesomeness of Prezi leaves you a little motion-sick, consider MURAL.LY for your next project or brainstorm. In line with many web2.0 tools, you can drag and drop just about anything onto a large canvas. Once you’ve painted a picture of your next great idea, science fair results, or research project, Mural.ly allows you to add frames that act as sequential visual cues for viewers or collaborators. We’re most impressed by the template options. It's super-easy to start a project plan or brainstorm a new idea. But beware of the beta -- though the FAQs suggest Chrome or Safari, we had the smoothest experience in Firefox.

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