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Ready to curate an online exhibit, put together a portfolio, or create a course website? [...] »

Immerse your students in history with this set of online games. [...] »

Collect information from your students and your peers with Google Forms. [...] »

Brainstorm and organize ideas with this easy-to-use visual tool. [...] »

Maximize student creativity with these tools that let students create their own cartoons. [...] »

Glogster—a "posterboard" creator for the digital media age. [...] »

Digitize class surveys and poll student knowledge with this tool. [...] »

YouTube blocked at your school? Video uploading site Vimeo is here for you. [...] »

Drill students on the constitutional amendments with this engaging game. [...] »

YouTube is an invaluable resource—just make sure to use it properly! [...] »