Do you need ideas for Web 2.0 Tools to use or software/websites to try or projects to pursue? This section of the website will be devoted to those interests.
1. DELICIOUS.COM Have you ever found a site you love and then could not find it again. If so, use Delicious as your personal memory tool. It will allow you to organize and tag your bookmarks so you can quickly find the tool or website you want to use. You can even share your links with others. BE SURE TO ADD THE BROWSER BUTTONS TO MAKE ACCESS TO YOUR BOOKMARKS EASY! http://www.delicious.com/help/tools
2. Corkboard Me: This Web 2.0 tool allows you to keep sticky note reminders online. It can also be used to get 100% participation in class. Ask a question on a sticky note on the Corkboard.me site and have all students respond. It can be a quick opening for class. It could be a review of material covered, an introduction of a topic, a way to declare how a student feels about an issue being covered. You can send students a link to the sticky note you have created. It can also be used as a brainstorming tool.
3. Khan Academy: With a library of over 2,400 videos covering everything from arithmetic to physics, finance, and history and 125 practice exercises, we're on a mission to help you learn whatever you want, whenever you want, at your own pace.
4. Planbookedu: This web-based lesson plan book allows you to work from any computer connected to the Internet, print, export to word, attache files, share books, etc. Free version has limited functionality. Subscription version is very customizable.