Today's pick has several awesome educational web tools we have unearthed during the course of our online browsing for last week. These tools have already been featured in several other educational blogs and all we did is we amassed them in one list to add to the repertoire of educational web tools we have recently created in Educational Technology and Mobile Learning. Go through them and choose the ones that work best for you and make sure you try them either for your professional development or teaching purposes.
Studeous is a web tool that allows teachers to create private social network for their class where they can post announcements, discussions, links, and many more.
This is a cool web tool that lets you collect online materials, share what you learn with others , and even export what others are learning.
Discover great new books by using the filters that are available on the search functionality of this web service and find out interesting information such as bibliographic details and many more.
Snapify enables contextual web browsing through image markers and word highlights and you all you need to do is highlight a word or click an image marker to snap it.
This is a new way for teachers to create awesome presentations. It supports YouTube, Flickr, and Google Images.
Myshelf is your personal shelf for notes, pictures, links, text snippets of any kind and you can access them anywhere and anytime you want .
This is where you can download the newest free books . Categories include fiction romance,mystery, thrillers, young adult, cooking books and many more.
This is a scientifically validated brain fitness technology that lets you assess your cognitive skills and gives you an efficient brain training.
SnapClass allows teachers to host classes and connect with students live online.