Many database vendors have created "cut and paste" code (a widget) which can be added to a webpage, creating a search box targeting their databases.
You may set up single or multiple targets from each vendor. For example, you may wish to have students search a combination of Academic Search Premier and PsycINFO.
Why would I include this on a curation resource?
**Recommend/direct folks to database(s) relevant to a topic without having to send them to another page.
**The search box widgets bring the databases to your users, rather than having to negotiate through the library’s pages.
Good general instructions!
Blabberize Create an animated photo!
QR Codes Create a 2D bar code for users to interact with!
Glogster Sick of poster-boards? Create a multimedia GLOG!
Dipity Create and embed interactive timelines
Voki Create a speaking avatar and add it to your profile! Check out mine!
EasyBib The free automatic Bibliography and Citation Maker