Sunday, June 24, 2012


I love this website! I just stumbled upon it and it is a free web2.0 tool which allows you to build an online wall and then lets others add sticky notes and other multimedia content to the wall. Once you create your wall, you are given a URL which you can share with others or you can embed the html into your website or blog like I did below. You can include links, text (160 characters), images and videos from YouTube and other sites, PDF files, PowerPoint presentations, etc. anywhere you'd like on the wall. So yes, it’s basically just another form of a wiki but in my opinion I prefer this over a traditional wiki because it feels more interactive in placement of content.  I can picture using this website in my classroom all of the time. You basically just create a page and then let the students add content. I put a few educational uses on the wall below.  Feel free to add some of your own ideas to my wall! (Edit HERE for full screen)


  1. Wes, I can see this being used for a culminating activity where students post the most meaningful thing they learned in the lesson or unit.

  2. This can be a great way to digitally do a four corners activity with laptops or computers.