Jog the Web has awesome potential as a tool for teachers who have a specific set of websites they want students to visit.
I found this resource through multiple people I follow on Twitter who were attending a World Language and Technology conference in Europe. Events like this make the world seem smaller and so much more connected.
I want to use this when the students are exploring cultural aspects of Spanish – like Día de los muertos or a specific country. I would be able to guide the students through a series of websites with questions to define what they should be looking for on the site. Students would be able to go at their own pace but still have the same experience.
I plan on playing around with this as a potential resource for next year. It not only looks like it has potential, but it is free. So even if it is not an everyday resource, it could still be added to my digital resource toolkit.