Walden's Paths lets you organize the World Wide Web resources for another reader's uses. You can collect these resources from widely-varied sources, annotate them, and bring them together to form a single path. This allows your readers to obtain a cohesive view of your collected material, and browse off the path freely with the assurance that they can return to the path at any time with a simple mouse click.
What Is It?
The Internet shows promise of providing students with exposure to a wealth of new multimedia materials, especially through the extensive, encyclopedic materials available on the World-Wide Web. However, before such materials can be used in the classroom, they first must be tailored. The bulk of the material available is not aimed at the needs of K-12 students, although many elements -- collections of images, simulations, segments of digital video, audio, electronic versions of well-known works of fiction and reference materials, library indices, databases, and hypertextual documents -- have the potential to play a strong supporting role in the classroom.
- Walden's Paths website, 2011-03-09
- None (2011-03-09)