Diigo Bookmarks: Week Ending January 7, 2012
Create, Curate, Publish – Themeefy is a cool new way to discover, curate, compile and publish knowledge from the web to create your personal Theme magazine.
Smivi aims to improve the video search experience by bringing you fast and relevant search results. Finding the videos you want through the hundreds and millions of videos over the web can be a tall order.
Students or volunteers pick a well-documented historical event. They pick real historical figures who were at that event, and create tweets based on original source documentation. These tweets are then scheduled to be broadcast in real time. The end result is a virtual reenactment of a historical event, broadcast in real time.
MyTweetMag turns your twitter-links into your personal blog-stream. Curate your topic and show, what you are passionate about!
Smarthistory.org is a free and open, not-for-profit, art history textbook. Part of the Khan Academy, we use multimedia to deliver unscripted conversations between art historians about the history of art. We are seeking contributors—especially for canonical non-Western material and other survey topics not yet covered. We welcome comments, feedback and corrections.
JotForm is a free web form builder. For basic usage, upto 100 submissions/month, you can use JotForm fully.
Research in Learning Technology
Research in Learning Technology is the journal of the Association for Learning Technology. It aims to raise the profile of research in learning technology, encouraging research that informs good practice and contributes to the development of policy. The journal publishes papers concerning the use of technology in learning and teaching in all sectors of education, as well as in industry.
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