TL2014 – Resources you may find useful… 12/27/2011
Search-ebooks.eu – Free ebook search engine
a service dedicated to helping you find free ebooks. When you find an ebook on Search EBooks you can view a preview of it, download, or grab an embed code without ever leaving the search results page.
Visuwords™ online graphical dictionary and thesaurus
Interactive visual thesaurus tool
5 Best Practices For Educators On Facebook
Suggestions for using Facebook in the classroom. Also includes links to alternatives.
Shelfster – The best online platform for writers
The purpose of Shelfster is to help you bookmark and annotate websites and documents that you find while researching a topic.
Internet Essentials from COMCAST
“Learning about the Internet can be informative and fun with these short and simple animated videos. Be sure to play the interactive games that let you practice what you’ve just learned. Let the whole family watch and play together, so everyone is up to speed on Internet dos and don’ts.”
Online Geography gaming
“Online games and simulations for use in the geography classroom.”
CiteThisForMe – The Harvard Referencing Generator
The Harvard referencing generator
32 Ways to Use Google Apps in the Classroom
The title of this presentation says it all.
European Virtual Museum
The European Virtual Museum makes artifacts of European history available in interactive 3D form. Through the use of QuickTime technology the artifacts in the European Virtual Museum can be rotated for optimum viewing. Visitors to the European Virtual Museum can browse through the collections by chronology, geographic area, object type, contributing museum, routes, and tour itineraries.
Sistine Chapel Virtual Tour
The tour allows visitors to zoom in on small areas and details of the interior of the Sistine Chapel. Visitors to the virtual tour can turn 360 degrees to view the interior of the Sistine Chapel from various angles.
40 New Education Blogs Recommended By Teachers | Edudemic
“From blogs about education technology to ones answering questions from parents… there are lots to add to your preferred RSS reader. Each of these blogs was nominated for an Edublogs award for being the best new blog of the year. “
Virtual fetal Pig Dissection (VPD)
“This site is designed as a supplement to laboratory dissections exploring introductory mammalian anatomy and physiology — it is basic and many details have been omitted for clarity. We hope that it is suitable for AP Biology students or for students of introductory anatomy and physiology at the college level.”
Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.