I would like to introduce some digital tools in this post, which, I hope, some will be useful for you.
The first one is Easy Notecards: http://www.easynotecards.com/index
It is a place for students and teachers to create, study, print and share interactive notecards (flashcards) for their textbooks.
To create you resource you should register or you can log in with your Twitter / Facebook account. After registration, click the button “Create Cards” on the left and follow the instructions, fill in the spaces. When everything is ready, click “Save” at the end of the page. Your resource will be saved in your “Locker”.
The second one is WordArt: https://wordart.com/
WordArt.com is an online word art creator that enables you to create amazing and unique word art with ease.
You can work on this site without registration, but if you would like to create your account, you can log in with Twitter / Facebook / Google.
To work with this tool, click green button “Create Now”.
Type the words, choosing colour, angle, font, layout, shapes, style. When you finish, click red button “Visualize” and wait for some minutes. After your image will be ready, download it, clicking “Download” and choosing image`s type (JPG / PNG). Then save your image on your computer.
You can see how I used created by me image in the attached file: Mass Media
The third one is Aegisub: http://www.aegisub.org/
Aegisub is a free, cross-platform open source tool for creating and modifying subtitles. Aegisub makes it quick and easy to time subtitles to audio, and features many powerful tools for styling them, including a built-in real-time video preview.
How to work with this tool, you can red here: http://subs.com.ru/page.php?al=create_subs_with_aegisub
And the last one is OTranscribe: http://otranscribe.com/
It is a free web app to take the pain out of transcribing recorded interviews.
How to work with this tool, you can read here: http://masam.by/kak-sdelat-gibridnyy-tekst-audio/