Project 252At 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 You can also follow the project on Twitter using the #proj252 hashtag or the project twitter account @proj252