The American Association of School Librarians (AASL) announced its 2015 Best Websites for Teaching & Learning at the American Library Association (ALA) Annual Conference held in San Francisco in June of 2015. AASL's annual list honors internet sites that "foster the qualities of innovation, creativity, active participation and collaboration".
Four of the top Media Sharing websites selected by the AASL in 2015:
1. Tackk: Ridiculously Simple Creation + Sharing
According to Google, Tackk is “prime edtech for your blended-learning classroom”. Educators can use Tackk to create, collect and review assignments for their students and share lesson plans with fellow teachers.
There is no software to download, no login required, and no design/development skills needed. Students can use Tackk to create robust reports — complete with text, links, photos, graphics and videos — within minutes! Even better, Tackk automatically saves content, and that content can be shared immediately with teachers or via social networks.