Annotate and comment on the Web with your students using Hypothes.is.
You can find out about their (successful) Kickstarter campaign here.
Capture, save and process notes on posters, documents or written on whiteboards using Office Lens.
This was just a quote posted on the wall in our Library, captured and converted to editable text by Office Lens.
Here’s a video introducing the app.:
Add a textual commentary to run alongside an online video using VideoNot.es. Provide feedback on student produced videos, add deeper explanations to videos already on YouTube, support a ‘flipped classroom’ model, allow MFL students to add a description in their study language – a cornucopia of possibilities from this simple to use, open-source tool.
If you want a powerful yet simple tool to provide spoken feedback on student work (or have them feedback to each other!), then Kaizena will be right up your street (If you have a Google account that is!)
Bounce will grab a snapshot of any webpage, allow you to annotate it, then provide you with a unique URL for you to share your commented page with others.
VideoNot.es allows you to watch a video, take notes (which are synched with the videostream and saved to your Google Drive), then share both with someone else.