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Sharing Multiple Links with ShareTabs April 16, 2009

Posted by timsparacino in Technology Integration.
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I just remembered a nice resource for sharing multiple links that I haven’t been using on this blog.


ShareTabs is a tool that allows you to share multiple links as “tabs” in one browser window.

You simply paste in the links that you want to share, assign a personalized name, click “Tabify ’em!” and ShareTabs will create a unique URL address with each of the links displayed visually as thumbnails on the main page and as different tabs across the top of the screen.

This is a great tool for accessing multiple links during a presentation or sharing resources with students.

As an example, lets look at the end of my recent post We’re Just Not That Interesting that discusses the use of cellphones and other handheld technology in the educational setting.

At the end of that blog, I wrote, “check out these tags on my Diigo or Delicious pages:


What I should have done was use ShareTabs and provide you with this link that has all of those resources arranged on one page.

Here is a screen shot of the ShareTabs link above:

Handhelds in Education Resources

As you can see, this would have been a much more efficient way to direct you to the handheld resources cited.

Give ShareTabs a try the next time you need to share multiple links for a presentation, in a computer lab setting, etc.



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