Tech Tip: Navify

Redeveloping my presentations and material year to year, I’ve been waiting for the search engine that looks for:

  1. Historical Information – encyclopedic
  2. Images
  3. Video

with any given search term (for example: Boston Tea Party). I’m still in the process of review, but Navify seems to be what I’m looking for. Type in the search terms, and it returns wikipedia articles, flickr images, and youtube video – all in one spot. Of course, to get its full effect, you need to use the search engine at home, where school filters don’t interfer.


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