Collaboration 2.0
Web 2.0 Strategies for Education


  • 5 Ways We're Diminishing Learning by Assuming Face-to-Face Instruction Is Best

    It's interesting that face-to-face instruction is still the measure by which all other forms of instruction are evaluated. As the standard model of instruction for decades, it's often assumed to be the proven method, while other methods have yet to prove themselves. This assumption is not only misleading, but it might also be helping to diminish potential opportunities of better learning for our students.More


  • Virtual Learning Offers Innovation in STEM Education

    Seeking to add dimension, both figuratively and literally, to math and science learning, the Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) at Johns Hopkins University has announced the launch of the first Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) at Chesapeake High School in Essex, MD.More
  • Arizona To Expand Virtual Field Trips

    A partnership between Central Arizona College and the Pinal County Interactive Television Consortium is expanding its virtual field trip offerings to school districts in Arizona.More
  • Elluminate Plan V2 Streamlines Session Development

    Education technology developer Elluminate has released Plan V2 for general availability. Plan V2 is an update to the company's planning and development tool for conducting live, interactive educational sessions via the Internet.More
  • TeacherWeb Launches Digital School Lockers

    TeacherWeb, a unit of Archipelago Learning, has launched a new service for K-12 students and educators: TeacherWeb Digital Lockers. It provides both file storage and collaboration capabilities for schools.More