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This link recently saved by markwagner on March 29, 2011
Great presentation overall. See slide 37... for internet safety perspective.
I got an email about this, and I might actually be interested. It seems to address many of the shortcomings of existing CMS platforms (like Blackboard or even Moodle), particularly in its support of ongoing informal learning. It also has built in billing (with paypal) for more formal course offerings. "Sclipo is a social learning network. Use Sclipo to learn, teach and meet people that share your educational interests."
This link recently saved by markwagner on April 23, 2009
This is like a web-based version of subethaedit (which worked only on Macs and only on a local subnet). "Etherpad lets multiple people work [in different colors] on the same text simultaneously." Best of all, no login or account is required for participants, which makes it ideal for use with students.
This link recently saved by markwagner on March 24, 2009
I haven't tried this fast-growing service, but wonder if it would be of interest to educators looking for a "walled garden" approach to using two-way web technologies with their students: "Multiply makes it easy to create, share and discuss your blog, photos, and videos with more of the people you know, and fewer of the people you don't."
This link recently saved by markwagner on March 15, 2009
It looks like podOmatic is launching a new education service. Anyone know anything about this? "Thank you for your interest in our new CLASSROOM PODCASTING service! We're nearly ready to release a beta version and we're looking for people like you to try it out and tell us what you think. Just fill out the form below, and we'll notify you when it's ready to go. Our ETA for the beta is March, 2009."
This link recently saved by markwagner on July 08, 2008
Terry Freedman has put together another book available for free download. This one contains nearly 60 projects using Web 2.0 tools, organised by age group.
This link recently saved by markwagner on June 30, 2008
This link recently saved by markwagner on December 29, 2007
An awesome video illustrating the meaning of Web 2.0... by Nokia, via Kyle Brumbaugh.