by edshelf: Reviews & recommendations of tools for education
There is a lot of educational information on the web that you can use in your lessons. A LOT. Videos, images, articles, documents, diagrams, games, exercises, oh my.
However, quality can vary significantly. There are many lumps of coals out there. So every time you come across a high-quality gem, give yourself a high-five! Then take note of it somewhere.
As your collection of gems grows, you may have colleagues who will find your curated resources very helpful. You may even find their curated resources helpful as well.
So where can you find, store, curate, and share the resources you find on the web? Technology integration specialist Nadjib Aktouf from Escuela Campo Alegre has some great suggestions. Here is his collection of curation tools that he has, yes, curated.
What tools do you use to curate the web?
13 Ways to Curate Educational Resources From edshelf
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Image attribution flickr user Dee Speed