The Internet is brimming with useful information and instruction, but it can be hard to find those resources amidst all the clutter.
That’s where new website MentorMob comes in. The site, made by a company of the same name, facilitates aggregation and organization of online educational resources through user-created playlists.
After a user registers for the site, s/he can create a playlist, categorize it by audience, and tag it with keywords relevant to the content. Playlists are worked through in “steps” and can be made public or private
There are two broad sections of the site: recreational and academic. On the academic side, playlists are categorized by a range of topics — from math to technology to business studies. There’s even a section titled “for teachers.”
Since we’re an ed-tech site, we’ve aggregated a few of the cool education technology playlists we found in a matter of seconds using MentorMob.