Education | Glogster
This is something I hadn't seen. Its use for education was brought up recently over at Classroom 2.0.
I wasn't a fan of poster making in second grade, so I'm not gonna say how exciting this is now. Still, its another tool, and you don't have to kill trees and get paste in Kylie-Sue's hair, and it seems easy to use.
Glogster the non-educational side is pretty much set up for teen girls. It seems that the edu side is aiming for a broader audience, but perhaps with some restrictions?
Would be interesting to use this for a bit of art history. Map backgrounds, or timelines, with paintings and artists laid on. Rich content, ya know.