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Edcanvas – Are you a teacher looking for a cool and different way to teach your students? This new website called Edcanvas could be just the ticket. With this site, you can create customized canvases that offer a new and exciting way to teach students. You can implement all kinds of elements into your canvas to build a cool way for your students to learn new information. Read more: Edcanvas: Create Awesome Canvases For Teaching Your Students

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Clip Art Lord – Do you have a project that requires the use of pictures, but don’t want to spend big money to sign up for a site that offers access to quality clip art? If this describes you and your situation, then we have a perfect website for you called Clip Art Lord. It offers access to piles of clip art and you will never have to spend a dime to save them and use them in your project. Read more: Clip Art Lord: Find Quality Clip Art For Free Usage


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JamWithChrome – Virtual musical instruments are always a lot of fun to play. People who play them often show off their skills to others by playing them the tunes they have created. But what would be really fun is to jam together with friends using virtual instruments – something that JamWithChrome enables you to do. Read more: JamWithChrome: Virtual Instruments To Jam With Others Online


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Quisic – Users of the Spotify music streaming service can now track their favourite artists to keep one step ahead of new releases using the Qusic service. The service is free to use but requires a Songkick account first, a similar service devised to keep track of your favourite artists on tour. Qusic currently only works in the UK. Read more: Qusic: Be The First To Find Out When New Music Is Released


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Gnowledge – A test is an objective way to gauge knowledge. Most of us have memories of, or still experience, the ritual of sitting in a classroom, filling out sheets of questions designed to tease out our level of competence. Gnowledge brings that feeling to the web. Design or take tests on almost any topic. Read more: Gnowledge: Create & Take Online Tests


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  1. Gary Mundy
    March 17, 2013 at 7:52 pm

    Where am I to find the time to check out everything

    • Aibek Esengulov
      March 21, 2013 at 2:46 pm

      check out only the stuff you're likely to make use of)

      • Gary Mundy
        March 22, 2013 at 2:00 am

        That would imply that I have some self control. LOL

  2. Tom Six
    March 16, 2013 at 5:47 pm

    Jam with Chrome is something I will definitely try, "sounds" fun, lol.

  3. Lim3Fru1t
    March 16, 2013 at 12:52 pm

    Quisic looks awesome. I hope they soon expand to other country's

  4. Erno Marble
    March 16, 2013 at 10:02 am

    Jamwithchrome is a fun website , you can have quite some fun if you enjoy listening / playin to intruments :)

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