This catalogue of interesting web tools
and free software is a development of a site used to entertain and
inspire visitors to an e-learning fair in early July 2006. We're now
in the fifth version and can include, at last, examples of the applications
in action for quite a few entries. We need your feedback, though,
and you can either just e-mail us or why not try using some of the
tools? We've built a wiki page for almost every tool (phew!) where
you can say what you like, when you like.
welcome suggestions for additions and no doubt some entries may
turn out to be inappropriate or just not very good - so regard this
as a place to pop into from time to time rather than a definitive
still need more examples of tools in action and would be keen to
have links to how you have found any utilised to good effect.
We hope to encourage you to think
more about what the web can offer for a particular task or idea,
rather than thinking that everything must revolve around the PC
It may be the case that your college
blocks access to one of the sites, in which case you would need
to ask whether access could be granted 'for educational purposes'!
Hope you find something useful - don't
forget to try out the wiki
and there's a free rating tool here too
to give us a quick view of how things are going!
Information and links by Andrew
Hill and Tim
Rawe. Ideas by you.