- Bookmarklets provide teachers and students with easy access to websites for homework, classroom and doing research projects.
- Bookmarklets provide a simple, uncluttered and elegant way to access websites within one’s browser.
- Many bookmarklets allow users to share their curated websites with others.
- Teachers can create bookmarklets for individual, group and whole class research projects.
- Students can share their bookmarklets as part of their research projects.
- Bookmarklets enable students to become more web literate.
Monday, August 25, 2014
Introduction to Bundlr, a bookmarklet web tool, that can be used to promote Judaic instruction and to mentor/train Jewish educators
Before we explore Bundlr, a bookmarklet web tool, let’s define this term.
What is a bookmarklet?
A bookmarklet is a software button, extension or add-on that appears on one's browser that enables the user to curate or collect selected websites.
Click on this link to see different bookmarklets on my Mozilla Firefox browser.
According to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bookmarklet
How do bookmarklets promote teaching and learning
For additional reasons for using bookmarklets click on these links:
What is Bundlr?
Bundlr is a bookmarklet that can appear on the bookmark bar of one’s browser. A bookmarklet can enhance the functionality of one’s browser.
Where is Bundlr located on the internet?
It is also an Apple app and Google Play app. Click on this link to find out more about these apps: http://blog.bundlr.com
Where can I find tutorials demonstrating how to use Bundlr?
Click on the links below to find tutorials on using Bundlr:
On the next blog post we will discuss how Bundlr can be used to promote instruction in the blended learning classroom.