Saturday, August 22, 2009

Top 25 Back to School Web 2.0 Tools/Sites


7 comments:

jrsowash said...

That for the reminder about twitter4teachers. I put my name on the list a while back, but forgot about it! I revisited and found several new biology teachers to follow! Best of luck this year!

Kristen said...

Hi --
I am a reporter from The Star-Ledger, and I am working on a story about Web 2.0 technologies used in NJ classrooms. Patrick Higgins suggested I speak to you.

If you have a few minutes, I can be reached at (973) 539-7910 or kalloway@starledger.com, or I am happy to call you.

Best regards,
Kristen Alloway
Education Writer
The Star-Ledger

Sarah said...

Thanks for posting this list, it's prompted me to check out as many of Google's tools as I can so I can write about it on my staff blog.

bob said...

A great list. Check out out site, Timelines.com (http://timelines.com). We have a growing set of over 18,000 unique events on our site and thousands of timelines, covering a diverse set of recent and not so recent US, local and worldwide topics using pictures, videos and descriptions. Here’s a link to our most popular timelines: http://timelines.com/popular_timelines. Students and teachers can create new timelines or contribute information and resources to existing timelines.

bob said...

A great list. Check out Timelines.com (http://timelines.com) too. We have a growing set of over 18,000 unique events on our site and thousands of timelines, covering a diverse set of recent and not so recent US, local and worldwide topics using pictures, videos and descriptions. Here’s a link to our most popular timelines: http://timelines.com/popular_timelines. Students and teachers can create new timelines or contribute information and resources to existing timelines.

howell said...

Great resource of sites...I will pass on to our district staff for their use this school year.

BJBenfer said...

I prefer Diigo over Delicious. It can do so much more - highlighter, sticky notes, screenshot, and more. Don't start your bookmarks from scratch; just import from Delicious. No, I don't work for Diigo, just an educator using a great tool.