When directing children to a web address (URL) it can be useful to provide them with a TinyURL or QR Code as outlined in the previous post.
When using TinyURL an address like this is created http://tinyurl.com/7rrnpbz. Thus sending the user here http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/ks2bitesize/science/living_things/teeth_eating/read6.shtml without having to type in the whole URL.
We have recently realised that on tinyurl.com there is a 'custom alias' option to create personal (possibly more memorable) TinyURLs.
Image credit: tinyurl.com
URLs like these can be used:
Or, you can set up a system for your URLs:
tinyurl.com/cjs5sci5 - [School initials | Year Group | Subject | Half term number]
So, srink those URLs and make them a little more personal!