Search Apps, Tools, and Resources That We Love
Are you looking for search apps, tools, and resources that you can use with your students? If so, we have you covered. Check out our list below. Let us know if there are any that we missed.
Bookopolis Book Search– This is a social network for young readers with a built-in book discovery feature. Teachers can use this platform to build a society of readers and writers from their classes. Students can partake in book reviews and critical thinking to develop opinion writing. Teachers can track and critique a student’s work. The BookQuest option is useful for finding new book reading suggestions.
Class Central Online Courses– Class Central is a search engine and review site for free online courses popularly known as MOOCs (Massive Open Online Courses). It is a free online course aggregator from top universities such as Stanford, MIT, and Harvard offered through Coursera, Udacity, NovoED, and others. Thousands of free online courses from leading universities globally are available, and millions of people have chosen career paths using this platform. Get individualized course suggestions and monitor subjects and courses.
Noodle– Noodle is a search engine for materials about education; it makes online learning simpler and smarter by suggesting and connecting you with the right schools, service providers, education professionals, and materials that will support you in your journey. It delivers details about educational opportunities available to you in an intelligible form. You can compare schools using factors such as class population, alumni achievements, or financial strength. It also shares advice and reviews from students, teachers, and stakeholders— all the information you need from trusted sources, available in one location.
Scholarships.com– Scholarships.com has access to over 3.7 million scholarships and a user-friendly search engine with its eight apps and tools, making it one of the choice platforms to search for school scholarship funding. It provides an opportunity to make one’s college experience smooth as one gear up for the next phase of education.