At the start of the calendar year I wrote a post about a year long project called Project 252. The idea behind the project, organised by Enda Donlon, project was to crowd-source a list of Ed-tech tools in order to compile an A-Z directory. So, throughout this year 2015, there has been a focus every fortnight on collecting teacher-recommended apps, websites and Ed-tech tools beginning with a different letter each fortnight.
Now that the project is nearing completion with the focus on ed-tech tools beginning with the letter Z for this last fortnight in December, Enda has opened up submissions for the entire back catalogue. So if you find that an ed-tech tool that you’d recommend to other teachers, beginning with any letter of the alphabet, has not been listed, you can now make a submission through the site. You can also submit any tool that begins with a number during this fortnight.
So far there have been more than 550 contributions and over 55,000 views of these contributions from all across the globe. This site is a great repository of teacher-recommended Ed-tech tools and websites and is a treasure trove of goodies for teachers to explore.
If you would like to contribute an Ed-tech tool to the directory or would just like to view the contributions to date, you can visit the project website at http://project252.donenda.com You can also follow the project on Twitter using the #proj252 hashtag or the project twitter account @proj252