With all of the great resources that are available online today there needs to be a way to organize them, and provide this information to other people. With this in mind I found a website called eduClipper that does just this. Below is the page that I created for a unit on World War 1. What is great about this particular site is the fact that you can search there extensive database of other peoples pages and add content that they have already found, which is how I stumbled across the two images of boot camp. You can also upload your own content, like the PowerPoint presentation, or link to videos or other websites that you find. Once you have created the page, you simply need to share the page you have created. Once you have shared your page anyone else can then add content, making this a dynamic experience in which multiple people are working together creating a resource that will benefit everyone.
This World War 1 page was created to provide students with background information and as a resource for students who might have misunderstandings of what was covered that day in class. By no means is this a comprehensive coverage of the war, yet it would be able to give students an overview of the entire war so that students could determine how the days lessons fit in overall. I believe this resource could be very valuable to some students who struggle fitting all of the pieces together for units. Besides, who doesn’t like to take some time off and watch some videos?