Qwant is a search engine that offers a unique useful feature: With a click of your mouse, it lets you save, tag, and organize sites into public or private lists.
This can be useful for students who are researching information on the Web (I’m particularly thinking of my IB Theory of Knowledge students). It can also be useful for any of my students who are creating “picture data sets.” That’s an inductive learning activity where they have to collect and write about images, which they then organize into categories. Virtual corkboard sites are ideal for that activity, but Qwant could be another option.
I’m adding it to The Best Social Bookmarking Applications For English Language Learners & Other Students.
Thanks to Robin Good for the tip.
The design of the Canadien engine GOOL.LI (copied by the french innovation) has considered the student aspect and view : We (GOOL.LI Team) have included two interesting categories for K-12 ( Knowledge for all definitions and docs for all documentations )