Google | Image search |Google Scholar | Google Suggest | Google Syntax Reference Cheat Sheet GoogleGuide | for beginners or advanced users, all things Google. Nicely done. All the Web | image search: I like the image search; returns are different from Google. A very nice supplement to the Google image search. Vivisimo: see the Web site within the search return by using the preview button. Very useful for students; they never have to leave the search page. Clusty: clustering search tool, cousin to Vivisimo Teoma: my favorite for finding "lists" about your topic. Use the resource section of the search return. Soople: Soople is a front end into Google that allows the user to take advantage of all the powerful search syntax of Google without actually knowing it. The site works by isolating different types of searches within containers on the page. Very effective and powerful. a9: produced by Amazon.com, is a front end to Google, tiles the Web results and the Image results. Users can also get a dictionary definition of their search item. Registered users can create their own personal reseach library in the bookmarks section by dragging Web results into folders created in the bookmarks section. mamma |image search Singingfish: locate video and sounds. Altavista | image search Faganfinder: directory for all seach tools, perhaps in the known universe. ( NEW )Snap | new search tool Technorati: search tool for tags Flickr Multiple Tag search: searching for images that contain multiple tags.
VISUAL SEARCH TOOLS Kartoo: displays a visual map of the search return with everything connected; doesn't work well for me but does for a generation of students raised on Inspiration. Grokker: finally, an online version. Pretty cool, give it a try.
MUSIC Freeplaymusic.com| use within student digiital stories without infringing on copyright. ( NEW ) ccMixter.com | new music site, download, remix and create new music-Creative Commons licensing.