Sometimes just saving a webpage in our bookmarks isn’t enough — like when we want copies to hand-out to our students (see How I Milked A Lesson For Every Last Ounce Of Learning And Why I’m An Idiot For Not Thinking Of It Earlier). And, especially if we want something for our students to read, it would be nice to have a “clean,” easy-to-read copy, with no ads.

Sciweavers iWeb2Print provides a PDF and also offers several options to customize the print-out you receive. Plus, the site has a number of other tools you can use, such as the ability to take screenshots.

I’ve recently learned of a new tool that looks great:

Print Friendly lets you print-out any webpage attractively, and gives you the option of turning it into a PDF. One nice feature is that it lets you easily delete any sections you don’t want to print-out. Thanks to Sean Banville for the tip.

Edublogs recently added a great tool to use to easily, and attractively, print-out blog posts. You’ll seed a “Print Friendly and PDF” button at the bottom of each of my blog posts now. It’s a great tool, and I assume most Edublog users will activate it.

Additional suggestions are welcome.

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