In early June Wallwisher released a new and improved version of the tools, known as Wallwisher Senbazuru – the best version of Wallwisher ever. This version is quicker, slicker and now has full iPad support. Here are some reasons I am very fond of using WallWisher to build digital word walls for teaching and learning:
- Build a collaborative wall without logging in.
- Add images, video and links to the wall.
- Create one place for resources, available 24/7.
- Give students a voice and a place to express themselves using a variety of multimedia.
- Embed a WallWisher wall into a wiki, blog or website.
- Enjoy Wallwisher Yubi for the iPad.
Here is an example of an embedded wall I created to provide students and teachers with tech support when creating a Google Presentation. I’m sharing this sample to illustrate how nicely Wallwisher displays embedded video. Feel free to double click on the wall to add your own comment, idea or resource.