Over the summer one of my goals was to find a better way to share curated resources with others. I enjoy finding articles and other resources that I know can be helpful to teachers that I work with and making sure they have an easy way to access them. I have tried using various tools but after one of my last tools decided to charge after only being able to share a few resources a day, I decided it was time to find a new one.
Flipboard works well on tablets and there is a decent web interface available also. It looks like a nice magazine that you can easily swipe through to see all of the articles. There is a Chrome extension that you can use to quickly add some resource online to your Flipboard magazine. You can even embed the Flipboard onto a Google Site for easier access if you are already using a Google Site.
(Article describing how to embed a Flipboard onto a Google Site http://www.mguhlin.org/2014/03/embedding-flipboard-into-google-sites.html)
I have been playing with Flipboard all summer and decided to use it extensively this year to share resources with others.
Watch the video below to see how I have been using Flipboard and how it looks on my site (https://sites.google.com/a/ames.k12.ia.us/ahs-technology-integration/home/flipboard-resources)