Monday, August 16, 2010
Print What You Like
I have to thank Kelly Tenkely and her iLearn Technology Blog for sharing this great tool. Print What You Like is a website that allows you to easily edit a web page so that you can only print what you need from it. It can really be helpful in reducing printer ink and paper cost because you don't have to print ads that appear on the page. The web-based interface of Print What You Like is very easy to use and all you have to do is provide the URL address to use the editor. You can create an account and save the edits that you make as well.
I can see Print What You Like being useful for teachers who require students to submit weekly current event articles, or articles related to a particular subject matter. It could also be used to easily provide documentation of research for a project to help alleviate plagiarism. Teachers could also use it to share stories and articles they are using in the classroom as well.