This thoughtful compilation of digital tools is directed at teachers, but is equally helpful to everyone in education or the workplace. Applications are separated by functionality, so they can be referred to based on what the user is trying to accomplish. There’s a link on the page to a living document where readers can contribute as well. Thanks to TeachThought for putting this helpful list together. “This is what we hope will be an ongoing collection of the most effective ways to use technology in the classroom. We’d like to see it crowdsourced, so we may convert it to a public document/wiki-type file at some point. We’ll also try to add to it ourselves as technology suggests itself that we haven’t considered or just plain forgot about. We’ll also try to add more links, categorize more neatly, etc.We may even just crowdsource it–open it up as a wiki and let you add your expertise. If a list like this isn’t updated frequently–which takes a crowd–it’s next to worthless in a hurry. If you have an idea on how to optimally format a list like this, let us know in the comments.Maybe something like this? Edit away and let’s see what happens. For now, on to the growing list.”
via What Technology Does What: An #edtech Chart For Teachers.