Website projects. I love them, and I hate them. The holy grail has always been an easy-to-use platform that delivers good-looking sites. WordPress was a huge step in that direction. Templates and plug-ins make it so much easier to provide a website that looks good and meets project objectives. But, there’s still a steep learning curve for most people.
Enter Wakelet. Wakelet is a tool geared toward the K-12 audience for teaching, portfolios, and team projects. It has a beautiful interface with built-in tools and a searchable Unsplash library of photos, and you can upload videos, PDFs, text, websites. You can arrange curated lists in several ways. Resource lists vault past the text-only link lists that we are used to seeing and creating.
Because it’s geared toward kids, Wakelet offers user management and access without requiring accounts and logins. It’s genius. Read more
Here’s my Wakelet: https://wakelet.com/@haikupiec
I’ve all but abandoned browser bookmarks in favor of Wakelet boards and bookmarks.
If you want to try it out, check out their how-to guide: https://help.wakelet.com/hc/en-us.