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Platform where teachers and students can search, collect and share educational media

Overview

EduClipper is a nicely designed web-based tool that teachers and students can use to collect materials--from digital text, video or other files on their computer, Google Drive, or even embedded code from other presentations or websites--and then share them in nifty Pinterest-like collections.

Teachers can set up independent "classes" of students, explicitly laying out the ground rules for what students can see and share. EduClipper uses EasyBib to add citations to files with one click. All the social features are in place, too.

Letting students share resources via eduClipper could also be a game-changer. Student could use eduClipper as a de facto portfolio, sharing their digital projects with each other, as well as with parents and teachers.

 Richard Byrne, who blogs on Free Tech For Teachers and has advised eduClipper, is a fan. He writes: "Well after a big investment from some venture capital firms and ten months of testing and revising features eduClipper is better than ever. In fact, I think it's what teachers wish Pinterest could be."

TechCrunch put it this way:

"The idea behind eduClipper, Bellow says, is to give students the same power of social curation they would have with Pinterest, allowing them to locate and publicly broadcast the best learning resources. In other words, educators and students can explore thousands of pieces of educational content, find lesson plans, resources and videos and search for the most popular content by subject or interest." 

More than 300 classrooms tried out the renovated version of eduClipper during its first two weeks in late spring 2013. More than 35,000 teachers had created accounts to use eduClipper by June 2013.

Bellow's star status is still rising in educator circles. June 2013 will find Bellow giving one of the three keynote talks at ISTE in San Antonio.

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Classroom Teacher Full starFull starFull starFull starFull star
School Type: Elementary School

When I opened and account, and started exploring, it seems that I could not find a lot of great Educlips in existence on the site already from users. I searched common second grade topics. Educlipper could look at common topics taught in each grade level to create some Educlips. I think this w...

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Classroom Teacher Full starFull starFull starFull starFull star
School Type: Elementary School

When I opened and account, and started exploring, it seems that I could not find a lot of great Educlips in existence on the site already from users. I searched common second grade topics. Educlipper could look at common topics taught in each grade level to create some Educlips. I think this w...

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School Type: Elementary School

understanding how its same different from other tools eg edmodo or voicethread is helpful. took me a bit to wrap my mind around it. pinterest is good analogy. I think for teachers who are less tech savvy, this could be hard to learn as there are so many different to...

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