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diigo
More than a social bookmarking app, Diigo lets you save and tag your online resources for easy access and share, organize and annotate resources online.
onetab
Reduce tab clutter with this Google Chrome extension.
zotero
Zotero is a free, easy-to-use, open source tool to help you collect, organize, cite, and share your research sources. Zotero is the only research tool that automatically senses content and saves it
coggle
A mind mapping tool designed to understand student thinking.
easybib
Cite web sites with one click using the EasyBib Toolbar and receive advice on the credibility of the web site you're citing.

EasyBib is the world's largest bibliography maker and citation machine. Our EasyBib toolbar will let you cite web sites with one click. Receive advice on the credibility of the web site you're citing. Cite as many sources as you need to build a fully formatted, alphabetized, and Word-processor-ready bibliography.
adblock
Ever wonder how to get rid of Youtube ads without paying for Youtube RED?
web of trust
Open source extension indicating the safety of a webpage. Basically Yelp for the websites and webpages.
vocaroo
Free service that allows users to create audio recordings without the need for software. You can easily embed the recording into slide shows, presentations, or websites. Great for collaborative group work and presentations.
lino
Corkboard of sticky-notes so students can provide questions or comments on their learning. These can be used like exit tickets or during the course of a lesson.
verso
Described as a feedback tool, this app allows teachers to set up learning using a URL. Space is provided for directions. Students download the app and input their responses to the assignment. They can then post their comments and respond to the comments of others. The teacher can group responses and check engagement levels
TodaysMeet
This online collaboration tool allows educators to create a “room” in which students can share ideas, answers and thoughts to lectures and lessons. Educators can view student responses in real time for evidence of learning
edpuzzle
EDpuzzle empowers teachers to make any video your lesson. Teachers can take videos from YouTube, Khan Academy, Learn Zillion, Vimeo, or even reuse videos from other teachers. EDpuzzle allows teachers to crop a video, explain it with your own voice, embed quizzes at any time, and track the progress of each student’s understanding.
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