Friday, September 25, 2009


Thursday, September 17, 2009


Still on the search. Have come across -

Search Cube - This looks great. The found sites just seem to keep popping into the cube so it is good to wait. Using the arrow keys on your keyboard allows you to turn the cube and access visual images of sites. Haven't found a place yet to turn on the Safe Searching option as Viewzi does.

O-Skope is a visual tool too but the need to "select a service" puts in an extra step which I see as a barrier.

Quintura for Kids: a family/kid friendly visual search tool. Trouble is a search for matariki didn't find any results. The site says you can embed Quintura into your own blog or wiki so I'll try it here. Not much good if we can't locate results though.

Wanted: A visual search engine
Missing: Searchme (seems it has been lost in action)
Came across: Viewzi.
Wondering: What are other teachers/students are using?
Reasoning: Our kids are such visual learners we need search tools whihc cater to this. Search me was great. It was handy to be able to create stacks.


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