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Scoop.It! Useful tool for organising and displaying Web links

Discussion in 'Modern foreign languages' started by GroovyGuzi, Jul 19, 2011.

  1. Is anyone using Scoop.It? It's a useful tool that enables you to set up Web pages that gather together links on a specific topic. ScoopIt provides a facility for you to "curate" information on your topics by trawling the Web and finding links that you may wish to add to your topic pages. The links are then laid out attractively like the page of a magazine: http://www.scoop.it/
    I have set up two Scoop.It pages:
    Computer Assisted Language Learning
    Virtual World Language Learning
    And I follow other people's pages on related topics.
    As well as being useful for setting up permanent resourcea, Scoop.It could be used for creating one-off magazines.

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