As long as I've been involved with educational technology, one of my favorite activities has been to curate resources for future reference and for the various populations I've served as an educator, consultant, and co-founder of GlobalEd Events and the Global Education Conference. I use Diigo to save Tweets, bookmark items with tags, to make lists for my current colleagues, and to contribute to collective groups. I grab articles of interest (sometimes from my feeds in Feedly) related to global education and save them in Evernote. Most recently, I've started curating collections in Wakelet, a free tool that has a clean interface and is very easy to use. I foresee that I'll continue with this workflow.
The Global Education Network has served as an umbrella for global education organizations to share information about their programs and as a place to connect and collaborate for global educators. For the past few years, I've shared digital resources through the aforementioned Evernote notebook and through a Google spreadsheet. Neither has been particularly visually appealing or organized, although both resources are searchable. Over the last month, I've re-organized some of the material I've collected over the years. I took just about every global education organization that I've come into contact with and put links to their homepages in a Wakelet collection which is embedded on a page within my global community. With over 500 organizations in this collection, a problem arose. It is time-consuming to scroll through this collection plus I had difficulty exporting this bulky list. I then decided to put my links in smaller collections and the result of all this work is now available here. This page is a special benefit to members of the Global Education Conference Network which is FREE to join. Note that inclusion in these collections does not necessarily imply endorsement; you need to peruse the lists and find the resources that are useful for your particular situation. Also, keep in mind that a few topics are sparse and I will be updating these as I come across organizations and resources that are related to globally oriented teaching and learning. Hope you find this information useful and let me know if you have any feedback in the comments here.
While I have you here, if you are interested in global collaboration, consider attending our upcoming Global Leadership Summit that we're co-hosting with ASCD at their upcoming Empower 19 conference. This event sold out last year, so make sure to register soon!
Below is one collection as a Wakelet sample!