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Free tool that allows Mac and PC users to capture and share screen shots and animated videos with other users.... see more

This website is a blog on on the use of wikis.  It written by Stewart Mader.  The website Includes interviews, example... see more

ELATEwiki (the Electronic Learning and Teaching Exchange) is a space for those who work in e-learning to share their... see more

This is social networking site is a resource for educators who want to know more about tablet computing devices like the... see more

Leafsnap is the first in a series of electronic field guides being developed by researchers from Columbia University, the... see more

Papers is your personal library of research. Find, read, organize, sync your research papers -- anytime, anywhere!... see more

Tagxedo is a Web 2.0 application that turns words into a tag cloud.  

TouchCast is a video creation tool for the web. Teachers can use an iPad to create videos that include hyperlinks... see more

Ubiquitous note taking tool that allows users to take notes on computers, phones, and various mobile devices.  The notes... see more

Google provides a microsite just for teachers that includes links to important content and tools.

Google Wave is an online collaboration tool that supports both synchronous and asynchronous communication and... see more

The Teaching and Education collection on the iTunes U Store contains audio and video content from universities,... see more

Wetpaint is a click-and-type wiki authoring environment. Educators can sign up for free ad-free wiki accounts and use... see more

Will You is a website that allows users to collaboratively work on a short word processing document in... see more is a simple and free web application that lets you brainstorm online by creating colorful mind maps.

This is a web-based application with which you can save articles that you want to read later.

Webopedia is a free online dictionary for words, phrases and abbreviations that are related to computer and Internet... see more

EdCrowd is a collaborative FAQ  site where teachers can answer other teachers' questions. NOTE:  has moved to Facebook

Twitter is a microblogging tool that asks a single question, "What are you doing?" Answers must be under 140 characters... see more

Database with millions of creative commons licensed media files. A great place to search for images for a presentation.

Users can post a document and then invite others to critique their work.

'Use DropVox to capture your spoken ideas, reminders, meeting minutes, or lectures. Later, you can listen to your... see more

The world's only "really" real-time collaborative word processor.    

The Kindle app is optimized for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch, giving users the ability to read Kindle books,... see more