Imagine that you have a collection of websites that you want your students to visit. There are many ways to get the links to students rather than having them type in each one individually. You could create a Schoolwires webpage of your links or you could use one of these web resources.
Stich.it is a service that lets you “stich” almost anything together on the Internet. That means that you can quickly and seamlessly create a slideshow-like experience that can include Web pages, video, music, photos and more. You can even add annotations to each page. Use this to give your students a task for each site. All you need are links!
Fav7 is a service that creates a single page for up to 7 URLs. You just enter the addresses you want your students to visit and the site gives you a single, short URL to a landing page with screenshots of each URL.
Jog the Web (Education Edition)- http://www.jogeduc.com/
Jog the Web is a web-based tool that allows you to create a synchronous guide to a series of web sites. Its step by step approach of taking viewers through web sites allows the author to annotate and ask guiding questions for each page. Give it a try and start creating your own Jogs.
For more information about Jog the Web- http://teacherchallenge.edublogs.org/2011/05/17/free-tools-challenge-25-using-jog-the-web-in-the-247-classroom/
Have you already used one of these sites in your classroom? Be sure to let us know how it worked in the comments below.