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website reviewIf you have a website you use in your classroom, please share it by adding it to comments at the bottom of the appropriate page on Ask a Tech Teacher.

If you’re the developer of a great educational website, please contact me for a review. If it meets  Ask a Tech Teacher standards (high quality, ease of use, no/low advertising, quality educational value), I’ll list it. More details here.

Please note: I receive a great many requests to review websites. I am more than happy to look at any that serve the tech ed community, help to integrate technology into the classroom and/or make the teacher’s job easier. Here are some guidelines:

  • I will not review a product which I don’t have experience using. I will not endorse it unless I like it.
  • I don’t take paid advertising on my blog.
  • I don’t accept unsolicited guest blogs from commercial enterprises. If  you’re interested in offering a guest post or having me write one, please use the contact form below.
  • I do write “blurbs” for books and/or products I like. Please contact me at askatechteacher at gmail dot com.
  • My recommendations are my personal recommendations – not the school’s.

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Here’s what to expect:

An honest analysis

Here’s what I ask of you:

A ‘fair’ donation to support the work of my blog (see Donate button on sidebar) that reflects time required to complete the review or achieve your goal. 

Reviews can vary from:

  • a quick overview
  • highlighted in a subject-specific post
  • spotlighted as its own post in one of my well-read newsletters.

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Here’s a partial list of website reviews I’ve completed for companies.

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  1. Architectual CPD Association CPD Certification ServicesNo Gravatar

    December 28, 2012 at 6:51 am

    We are looking to add a blog to our site which features Architects and Architectural Technologists training seminars. The blog will run for the CPD Certification section here http://www.acpd.org.uk/cpd-certification.htm We have been visiting several blogs on the web to get an idea for the design but we are not sure which is the easiest platform to use. We were advised to use WordPress because we are setting it up ourseleves (not through an agency) and we told this is the easiest to use. We would appreciate any comments/recommendations. Thanks

     
    • Jacqui MurrayNo Gravatar

      December 28, 2012 at 7:35 am

      I use WordPress for all of my blogs. It’s easy to use for your bloggers, flexible, with lots of widgets to personalize it to your needs. Here’s my primary blog (Ask a Tech Teacher). You can see how much you can do with WordPress.

      Good luck!

       
 
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