Clipping websites is an easy way to save cool pages for your students to browse

I don’t know about you, but I do a lot of web research before presenting students with an idea or subject matter. I have discovered that by using a web clipping tool like Clipmarks or Google Notebook I can save sites for students to browse with just a click of the mouse.

See my Google Notebook here.

GNotebook puts all my clips together in a blog format that I can organize by topic. I can just direct students to go there to read the reading of the day or research my preselected list of sites so they don’t waste time searching aimlessly.

GNotebook and Clipmarks have different strengths that are well discussed here. I think it’s an extremely handy tool for busy teachers who want to easily maintain a dynamic website and bring kids along on our web travels.

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Ted Curran is a Learning Experience Designer/Developer for Autodesk. He is committed to empowering educators and learners to create transformational change through effective pedagogy and technology integration. You can follow Ted on Mastodon, LinkedIn or learn more at my 'About" page. These thoughts are my own.

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  1. May 7, 2008

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