I learned from Mashable that ProProfs just redid their site, and I have to say I’m quite impressed.
I’ve just added it to my The Best Ways To Create Online Tests.
I was also considering creating a “The Best Ways To Create Online Flashcards” list, but, after looking over all the sites I know of and comparing them to ProProfs, I think ProProfs is definitely the place to go for flashcards, too. So I don’t think I’ll be making that “The Best…” list for awhile, at least.
However, I still have hopes that a flashcard site will incorporate being able to record audio someday. I’ll probably take the time to make that list when I find one with that capability.
Thanks Larry, I will take your suggestion on audio in flaschards and incorporate it in our product roadmap. It can be an awesome feature.
I think ProProfs is a nice site, but all the advertising floating around is distracting.
You haven’t given it the best reviews in the past, but I am a big fan of thatquiz.org. It has no advertising and it’s easy to create classes and create a grade book. The quizzes aren’t embeddable, but you get a unique url that students in your class can go to and login with passwords the teacher assigns (no email required). I’ve written a tutorial on how to use it at my technology blog.