Prisma is a new free app that lets you turn your photos into manga. I could see this being a very attractive tool for reluctant writers to use — they can create their own web comics. You can read more about it at TechCrunch.
Richard Byrne writes about a revamped version of Google Sites that will be appearing in the near future.
Speaking of Richard, he’s now up to 300 practical videos explaining how to use different ed tech tools!
Here’s an example focused on Adobe Spark, which is on my “Best” list (see link at top of this post) for web tools and which may end up ranked number one new tool at the end of the year:
The Roll looks like it could be a useful app for automatically organizing photos on our phones.
The Gilder Lehrman Institute has a ton of teaching resources on Alexander Hamilton. Their interactive features are best (scroll to the bottom of this page). You can only access them, however, if you register with a school email address.
Here’s the latest edition of this every-weekend feature . These are the posts appearing this blog that received the most “hits” in the preceding seven days (though they have originally been published on an earlier date).