There are lots of reasons to put together lists of reading and resources. Maybe students are keeping track of their readings for the year. Maybe you have put together a collection of readings and resources for students about a particular area of study. Perhaps students are putting together a list of resources. Whatever the case may be, rather than putting together a list of links, students and teachers can go a more visually pleasing route with Padlet.
The Padlet below is a collection of resources I put together to share with a colleague about some of my favorite writings on using tech in the classroom. Rather than a bunch of urls, Padlet lets you package them attractively.
What are some ideas you have for using Padlet as an alternative to link lists?