Our friends at Corporate Visions recently used Explain Everything as part of their webinar about "The Four Imperatives for Sales Enablement in 2020 and Beyond." Check it out here.
Saving structures and object groups as clipart has been a highly requested feature - and it is finally here! You can now create complex structures and save them for quick use in other projects. When inserted, you can edit the elements as if you had just created them for the first time.
Google for Education is supporting a webinar tomorrow. I imagine that a recording will be available as well.
There is a new section on the app that links to posts featuring various 'experts' sharing best practices and project files for download. You can find most of those posts here too.
Here is a terrific example of some young people explaining their understanding of the water cycle.
There is a terrific new interview and set of resources on the Explain Everything blog featuring educator Tracey Bernier and how he uses a letter tracing template with his students.
It's nice to see that all these many years later the original use case for Explain Everything is still helpful.
Along with many iOS 13 enhancements and improvements, Explain Everything for iPhone/iPad brings a Dark Mode along with it. My favorite part about this is that the canvas is also by default the 'dark' one - so not only is the UI dark but so is the creative space!
21 students completed an "executive interview" assignment where they interviewed a learning professional, provided an audio or written transcript, and a 300-500 word reflective summary. I used Explain Everything as a way to visualize the common themes and then during an online synchronous session, shared this whiteboard via Zoom and, well, 'zoomed' around the canvas while sharing my perspectives on each of the emergent themes.
I've been trying a new thing - including some simple doodles in a particular type of email message I am sending every two weeks.