I’ve been using Kwout for a long time. It’s easy to use and useful in multiple ways.
- It’s FREE!
- It is a quick and easy way to capture images (grabs, screenshots, etc.) from the Internet.
- It’s a simple strategy for citing images.
- Your images are stored on the Kwout servers saving you the time and hassle of downloading the image and then uploading it to your own server, flickr or Picasa account, etc.
- This (#4) also saves you a bit of storage space on your server.
- Kwout generates and provide you with the HTML code so that you can easily embed your image and citation on your own website, blog, wiki, into a presentation, etc.
- It is important that we model the necessity of acknowledging when we borrow the work of others – even beyond text. The use of Kwout could encourage students and other educators to integrate citations into their common practices.
Well, the unthinkable has happened. Kwout has been largely updated and it has gotten even better. Woohoo! Kwout has added support for…