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12 Excellent New Web Tools for Teachers

Here is this week's picks of new web tools that teachers need to explore. As you probably know by now, lists such as the one below are curated over a period of a week in which I bookmark and save web tools other educators have reviewed in their blogs and websites. The purpose is to keep you updated on the latest releases in the web2.0 world and help you better integrate new technology in your teaching. Check out the list below and share with us your feedback in the comment form below. Enjoy

1- Viva eLearning


Viva eLearning has more than 1000 Free Video Tutorials in popular educational technologies such as Moodle, eFront, Articulate Storyline, Camtasia, Captivate, etc. You can join Viva eLearning for Free with your email or Facebook account and upload your favorite Free Video Tutorials with a really simply process. However, you do not need to be a member to watch the Free video tutorials for educational technologies.

2- Tagboard

Tagboard is a social media hub for hashtags. It searches multiple social networks for posts with a hashtag and provides you with the best results. Still not open for everyone.

3- Allmediaserver

AllMediaServer is a desktop app that lets you watch movies, listen to music, and stream photos from your computer or phone to your DLNA-enabled TV.
4- MoresiteLike

MoreSitesLike - is a website that can help you to find similar websites to your favorite websites that you visit every day. It is likely you will find a website where you will visit every day.
5- Ribbet

It’s an easy to use web app that does most of the photo editing for you. With a single mouse click it can take your pictures and make them look much better. Just upload a photo, and it will improve it right away, with no effort on your part.
6- Cirrus

If you aren't using a computer that has the Dropbox app installed on it, you have to download, edit, and reupload every time you want to make a change. Now you can edit your files on any device, and not have to worry about uploading a file after making a change.
7- Findery

Thisn is a public, collaborative Google Map community where users publish stories about any location in the world
8- Monberri

Use moonberri to share your files with close family and friends via a private Url links. Simply upload a file to the cloud and a private link is automatically generated for quick sharing with a select inner circle. Its quick and very user friendly
9- Mapstory

MapStory empowers a global community to organize knowledge about the world spatially and temporally. With MapStory, people of all kinds turn into Storytellers who can create, share, and collaborate on MapStories and ultimately improve our understanding of global dynamics, worldwide, over the course of history.
10-Quizdini

Quizdini's goal is simple: to help you teach and your students learn! Quizdini allows teachers to create and customize material for their students - for free!
11- Readium


Readium™, a project of the International Digital Publishing Forum (IDPF) and supporters, is an open source reference system and rendering engine for EPUB® publications. EPUB is the industry-standard open format for eBooks and digital publications.

12- Classcharts

With Class Charts you get data rich seating charts and streamlined behaviour management. You can even collaborate with other teachers and work as a team to tackle behaviour.

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  1. A couple of these are new to me so thanks for sharing your top 12. More Sites Like is a personal favourite of mine!

    You should take a look at another site I use for creating online content, mainly for study and learning, it's called ExamTime (http://www.examtime.com)and it lets you create mind maps, flashcards, study quizzes and study notes.

    The best thing about it (apart from being completely free!) is that it keeps all my notes organised in one online place so I can get them anywhere.

    Let me know what you think and if you find it useful!

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