WhatWasThere.com allows students of all ages to take a walk down memory lane as they pore over photos of the past. Created in Ann Arbor, Michigan, by Enlighten Ventures, WhatWasThere lets users upload photos and place them at addresses found on Google Maps.
Today’s teens may not yet be able to vote, but that doesn’t mean they don’t have something to say about the election. Letters to the Next President 2.0 (L2P 2.0) supports and amplifies that youth voice, giving students, aged 13–18, an opportunity to speak out on the issues that matter to them, as well as helping the next generation of citizens develop discourse and argumentation skills crucial to their participation in civic life.
MyLanguageExchange.com is a social networking website that allows language learners to connect and help one another learn their respective languages. For example, a native English speaker who wants to learn Spanish can do activities in Spanish and receive feedback from native Spanish speakers who, in turn, are learning English and want feedback from native English speakers.