I also regularly “cull” through the lists to weed-out dead links, but haven’t been very systematic about doing that task.
So, I’ve started to go through them and highlight the ones that I’ve gotten around to completely cleaning-up and revising. I’ve completed this process well over 300 lists over the past eighteen months.
I regularly highlight my picks for the most useful posts for each month — not including “The Best…” lists. I also use some of them in a more extensive monthly newsletter I send-out. You can see older Best Posts of the Month at Websites Of The Month (more recent lists can be found here).
EdVisto is another presentation tool where it appears that teachers can create virtual classrooms for their students. I learned about it from the CristinaSkyBox blog. There’s a cost involved after an initial free trial, but I can’t figure out the amount.
I’ve met a number of educators who are doing research for graduate degrees, and transcription of interviews appears to be a regular challenge. This week, The Atlantic ran an article headlined When AI Can Transcribe Everything which talked about two transcription tools: Trint and SwiftScribe.
In reviewing some of my older posts, I rediscovered The British Game from the British Council. It has a lot of nice videos, but its key quality is having many follow-up interactives for each one. I’ll definitely have my Intermediate students try it out next year.
Another site I revisited is Scott Thornbury’s index at his blog, An A-Z of ELT. Check it out!