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How to Share Website Links with all of your Students using Symbaloo


How to Share Website Links with all of your Students using Symbaloo

How to share website links with all of your students using Symbaloo

What is Symbaloo and why use it?

Symbaloo is an online education tool that is free and allows its user to store and organize all the digital resources in an extremely simple and fun way. This platform allows access to favorite sites that are bookmarked from any device and place.
How to Share Website Links with all of your Students using Symbaloo

You can access and even share the resources once they are categorized. Moreover, a resource management system called SymbalooEDU Premium provides schools, classrooms, and districts with a page on SymbalooEDU along with a dedicated URL to manage and distribute the digital resources in one area.
How to Share Website Links with all of your Students using Symbaloo


This tool really helps the teachers to share the best web items they see with the students anytime. Teachers usually know about sites like web 2.0 tools, educational apps, educational videos, social media, classroom links, lesson plans, and professional development resources but the question is how will they organize such stuff and stay on top of it at the same time?

Share Classroom Website with Your Students and Parents:

Symabloo enables them to share bookmarks with teachers and other students since it is very easy to use. Those who are more into traditional method of teaching and do not know much of technology can also benefit from it. Any link found on the web can be added simply to customized tile and all the tiles in different categories can be organized. The tile database of Symbaloo can be browsed or searched for content in the gallery by other educators.

How to Share Website Links with all of your Students using Symbaloo

Sharing of website link through this tool is really simple. We see educators adding new links to Google Docs, classroom website, and so many emails every single day so they just keep piling up at different places. Links through Symbaloo can be stores in an overview and at once, it can be shared with every student. The students will receive updates automatically in his account if any changes are made. Webmix links can be shared with Symbaloo by a teacher after that, a link will be generated so you may share it with others instantly directing them straight to the webmix.

How to add to a symbaloo webmix

1. Click on the page's open tile to add a site. 
2. Type the URL of the website which you wish to add after that, a default name will appear which can be edited. Check the show text option if you want the name to show. 
3. Select a style for tiles like an image or color. The tile will appear once the work is saved. You can drag it around to organize your own way. 

You can edit the tile by right-clicking and can change background etc. share the page when you are ready. To know more about sharing a webmix go to https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kbp2CSS7cnk.



Hands down, one of the greatest ways to share online resources that are for educational purposes and can help them learn using a diverse approach other than the books is definitely through Symbaloo Webmix.

How to Share Website Links with all of your Students using Symbaloo

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