Diigo Bookmarks: Week Ending June 19, 2010
Create screencasts and screen recordings the easy way
Veezzle is a free stock photo search engine, we scan the largest stock\nphoto sites for your results, saving your time and money…
Find synonyms, antonyms & definition for (almost) any word
Get started now by searching for your city, your state, your county, or a government official!
FleeQ – A Web 3.0 Semantic Real-Time Search Engine
“fleeQ is a patent pending real-time semantic search agent”
ExploreWWW is a social search engine that enables you to find, experience and benefit from the wealth of information contributed by your social world. Our mission is to empower you to easily discover and benefit from the collective wisdom of your social world. Your circle of friends and extended network are increasingly creating and sharing useful information and media online through: website, news, blogs, videos, and music. By indexing all that shared knowledge and activities, we can deliver search results that are relevant to you.
educational-origami – Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy
This is the introduction to Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy. The different taxonomical levels can be viewed individually via the navigation bar or below this introduction as embedded pages.
Educational Origami is a blog , and a wiki, about the integration of ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) into the classroom, this is one of the largest challenges that I feel we as teachers face. This wiki is about 21st Century Learning and 21st Century Teaching.
AlternativeTo is a new approach to finding good software. Tell us what application you want to replace and we give you great alternatives, based on user recommendations.
Flickriver is a web-based Flickr viewer that allows viewing hundreds of awesome photos quickly and easily, in one seamless ‘river of photos’ view – never needing to hit ‘next’ to load the next page.
Combine the Power of Visual Thinking and Outlining to Enhance Thinking, Learning and Collaboration
list of mind/concept mapping applications
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