cen: Tools for Communicating and Collaborating on the Web

Tools for Communicating and Collaborating on the Web

 
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  • Publish simple collaborative web pages
  • Work on the same document online with others
  • Build/share presentations and other documents
  • Explore, share, annotate, and discuss Web sites with others
  • Brainstorm and create mind maps as a group online
  • Access a free online "whiteboard" with others
  • Create private chat rooms online for free
  • Connect via video conference
  • Broadcast and review recorded footage
  • Share what you are doing and follow selected peers
     
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    Publish simple collaborative web pages
     
    Easily post online for free: text, photos, quotes, links, chat conversations, audio, or video.
     
    Manage a blog with your class for free.  Invite "blog buddies" to collaborate on activities and projects from elsewhere in Connecticut, the United States, and around the world!
     
    Easily create your own ad-free wiki for use with your class and/or colleagues.  Share files, showcase work, and facilitate dialogue on a site where you are in charge of who has access.  A password is always mandatory for anyone to edit a page, so you won't have to worry about outsiders making unwelcome changes.
     
    Create simple web pages that educators, students, and other colleagues can edit collaboratively.  Check out Wikispaces for teachers where you can get an ad-free wiki when you sign up as a K-12 teacher.
     
    Another source for free, ad-free wikis you can use in your classroom
     
    Simple-to-create free wiki websites
     
     
    Collaborate with other Connecticut faculty and school staff members on the CEN through our CEN wiki.  Want to begin or extend a discussion with fellow CEN users?  Interested in easily sharing files along with your two cents about how they've been helpful?  Want automatic alerts when changes have been made?  Visit the CEN wiki and click Join to get on board (for free)!   
    Want help with using wikis?
    Here you may access strategies for using wikis; you'll also find examples of classroom/education wikis.  The site is maintained by Will Richardson, renowned educator, author, presenter, and Web 2.0 expert.
     
    VoiceThread - upload images, documents, audio, or video; share with others and gather comments via voice (with a mic or phone), text, audio file, or video (with a webcam)
     
     
    Work on the same document online with others simultaneously
     
     
     
    Build/share presentations and other docs
     
     
    Explore, share, annotate, and discuss Web sites with others
     
    Diigo - Bookmark, annotate, and explore Web resources with others
    Fleck.com - Add a "virtual sticky note" to any Web page and send it to anyone for free
    Del.icio.us - Store & share your bookmarks; check out what others are bookmarking 
     
     
     
    Brainstorm and create mind maps collaboratively online
     
     
     
    Access a free online "whiteboard" with others
     
    Skrbl - copy and paste text and documents
     
     
     
    Create private chat rooms online for free
    Chatzy
     
    Connect via video conference
     
     
    Broadcast and review recorded footage
     
     
    Share what you are doing and follow selected peers
     
     
     
     
     




  • Content Last Modified on 8/21/2013 4:10:45 PM