Larry Ferlazzo’s Websites of the Day…

…For Teaching ELL, ESL, & EFL

I Really Like


I posted last December about It lets you to upload any file or url address, and then create an embed code for it so it can be embedded in a blog or website. It’s made by the same company that created Backboard, which I’m very impressed with.

Today Webware wrote a post about it that’s worth reading. is very helpful. Students can embed many of their Web 2.0 projects that just allow them to create links right now, such as the ones on my Examples of Student Work page. Instead, they can upload the url addresses of their creations to, for example, websites they’ve made from tools on The Best Ways For Students Or Teachers To Create A Website list.

Author: Larry Ferlazzo

I'm a high school teacher in Sacramento, CA.


  1. I am so pleased to discover this, Larry, because blogger won’t let me insert pdfs and I think this might be a work around. Many thanks,
    Susan, the Book Chook

  2. Larry, this is a terrific site thanks for sharing!!!

    BTW, do you know of any way to track what you’ve blogged about. After I reviewed it, I thought “how do I know if I’ve writted a review on it before or not?” I figure since you are a “power” blogger you must have a similar situation.

    I know you use Edublogs so might have tools available to you that I do not. I’m on blogger. I guess I can do a search but wondered how you handled that kind of thing. It’s just hard to keep track of once your blog reaches triple digits if not higher like yours.


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