Collaboration 2.0
Web 2.0 Strategies for Education


  • Wikis: Pulling It All Together Online

    Elementary teachers are using wikis in and out of the classroom. The collaborative, teacher-moderated technology allows educators to set up sites quickly and at little or no cost, creating instant learning resources for students. But wikis aren't without their challenges.



  • Acrobat X Pro Gains E-Portfolio Wizard, SharePoint Integration

    Adobe has introduced Acrobat X Pro, the latest version of the company's document creation, portfolio, and collaboration tool for Mac OS X and Windows.

  • OLAT 7.0 LMS Improves Integration with External Apps

    The free and open source learning management system OLAT has been updated to version 7.0. The latest release, which rolled out in late September, has gained a new course creation wizard and enhanced integration with external tools.

  • SoftChalk 6 Enhances Educational Content Sharing

    SoftChalk has updated its Web authoring tool, SoftChalk 6. The latest release has been enhanced to allow users to publish material directly into the open access MERLOT educational content sharing Web community.

  • TH(i)NQ Ed Takes journ(i)e Network Mobile

    On the heels of its introduction of a mobile application for Android mobile phones, online education solutions provider TH(i)NQ Ed has introduced an application for the Apple iPod touch and iPhone mobile devices for users of its learning network journ(i)e.

  • Texas School Uses Remote Desktop To Give Students Anywhere Access

    Keller Independent School District of Keller, TX is extending learning beyond the classroom. The district has adopted remote desktop software to give its students remote access to in-school software, files, and information from anywhere they use their school-issued tablet computers or any other device with Internet access.