The Muse app for iOS provides a spatial canvas for research notes, reading material, sketches, screenshots, bookmarks, and more. Users can pull in relevant notes and photos, and then arrange the information as they wish. Muse lets them sift and sort through it all, helping them find patterns and insights.
KidCitizen introduces a new way for K–5 students to engage with US history. In KidCitizen’s interactive episodes, children explore civics and government concepts by investigating primary source photographs from the Library of Congress and connect what they find with their daily lives.
Can your students find frogs on Mount Everest? Do they know what the climate is like in the Congo Basin in February? Do they have endangered species in their own neighborhood? BiomeViewer, from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, is a free reference app about planet Earth.