No more resource lists, please! Curating resources for your students or colleagues

Hello Integrating Technology colleague,

Have you been bombarded with lists of online resources? Have you, with the best intentions, bombarded your students or colleagues with them? Have you felt the frustration of their potential usefulness but not had the time to go through them to find the gems that could be useful to you or to your students? If so, you might be interested in this World Education Ed Tech Center blog by Integrating Technology member Ashly Winkle, Riding the Wakelet Wave Into Adult Education.

In this short article, Ashly offers a way to use the free digital curation tool, Wakelet, to improve how you can share a list of good learning resources or tools, to make it especially helpful to your students or colleagues.

Would you like to try turning a list of resources into your own curated, annotated Wakelet of resources for your students or colleagues? If so, let us know what doing that was like: easy to learn but fairly time-consuming to make; worth the time because students or colleagues know the power, value and difficulty of learning to use each resource;  not very useful; something else? Also, if you can, please share your Wakelet web address here, with a short description of who you intended it for and what the subject matter, content area, or topic is.


David J. Rosen, Moderator

LINCS CoP Integrating Technology group