"This May 2005 article explores the differences between so-called Web 1.0 (in which "a small number of writers created Web pages for a large number of readers") and Web 2.0, in which Web users are able to easily contribute and create content. Includes examples of Web 2.0 technologies, such as Flickr, RSS aggregators, and Google Maps. From Digital Web Magazine, "an online magazine intended for professional web designers."" (via LII)
"Basecamp is a unique project collaboration tool. Projects don't fail from a lack of charts, graphs, or reports, they fail from a lack of communication and collaboration. Basecamp makes it simple to communicate and collaborate on projects." includes messaging, file sharing, task assignment, and more...web-based collaboration
Collaborative editing tools allow a group of individuals to simultaneously edit a document, see who else is working on it, and watch in real time as others make changes. As a functional hybrid of wikis and instant messaging, collaborative editing creates a new dynamic for group work and multitasking, two hallmarks of today's learners.
"The Bibliography on Gender and Technology in Education has been created by gender equity specialist Jo Sanders. Focusing primarily on information technology, the bibliography is comprehensive as of 2005 and draws on international research as well as intervention literature. It contains nearly 700 entries and is extensively annotated, key-worded, and searchable. Sanders compiled the bibliography for her 2005 review article, "Gender and Technology: A Research Review.""
"browser-based RSS aggregator" "Netvibes.com is a customizable web 2.0 homepage solution...This service is free and gives you the user the ability: to create a personalized page with the content you like; to put together data feeds and services from web 2.0 applications with a very simple interface; to access your page anytime and from any computer