Wednesday, February 28, 2007

Web 2.0 Resource Directory

Have nothing to do this weekend?
Spend a few days at this site.

You'll wonder how you ever survived without the Internet!

There are tools for everything - Footnote.com:"millions of historical documents," cogmap.com: an organization chart wiki for companies (Microsoft is the most popular chart), mydecide: let the community help you make major life decisions!, stikkit: "little yellow notes that think," mxgraph: an interactive drawing and diagramming tool.

Don't take my word for it - explore it yourself. See which ones will help your productivity and which ones will help your students. So many possibilities.....so little time.....

And remember to take a break for lunch....

(Disclaimer - I did not check all of the tools on this site; some may be appropriate for adults only.)

4 comments:

Beth said...

Karen,

I discovered this site on your delicious account. Yes, it did eat up time, but it was fun! I especially like the visual display (right up my alley). Now back to exploring Queeky....

Karen Janowski said...

Web 2.0 is way too exciting! And to think of how these free tools can be used to support our students is invigorating!

Samuel said...

You had to post this Karen. I have stuff to do this weekend! Just kidding, I love and and can't wait to explore more!

It seems that the web 2.0 stuff works that the deeper you go, the deeper you go.

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