This page lists some digital prototypes that are mostly related to language, linguistics and teaching. Listed in time order of conception.
ELTtalk bingo – next time you are at a ELT conference why not play this? : )
BNC gender words – mainly experimenting with how to extract data from xml files from the British National Corpus you may or may not find the tool of use.
PHaVE Phrasal verb dictionary – probably the most useful one for ELT bods or so I like to think. If you have an Android phone try this – https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=me.englishup.phave_dictionary.
Phonogon vowel chart – implementation of Mark Hancock’s PronPack a nice alternative to the Adrian Underhill chart.
A couple of collocation quizzes – not that interesting (code from https://github.com/jsteenkamp/jqwiz).
Uk2015 and UK2010 Election manifestos – experiments in venn clouds again of limited interested (code from https://github.com/Coppersmith/vennclouds).
Annotating audio – debate and rhetoric example based on example by Tom Woodward – http://bionicteaching.com/audio-annotation-poc-using-wavesurfer-js/
Following on from above experiment with wavesurfer – a drag drop audio player, useful for rewinding and forwarding using waveform
One way to get students to transcribe a portion of video/audio.
One way to do some micro-listening.
Note that all the code listed here is not mine, but teachers can remix (and not need to know too much about) similar code for their own projects as I described in this article (pdf) – Messing about with other people’s code and alternative teacher development