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Create a safe, collaborative online community for students. [...] »

Brainstorm and organize ideas with this easy-to-use visual tool. [...] »

Bring experts into the classroom or meet students from around the globe with Skype! [...] »

Does Facebook in the history classroom take social networking too far? Maybe not. [...] »

Bookmark, organize, annotate, and share research and resources with Diigo. [...] »

Does Twitter have value as an educational tool, or does it promote communication overload? [...] »

Keep up with your favorite places on the Web with Really Simple Syndication (RSS). [...] »

Network with other teachers, or encourage your students to match minds outside of the classroom. [...] »

Wikis—they're not just for encyclopedias anymore. Discover a new way to approach group projects. [...] »

Learn how to use blogs as communication channels and pedagogical tools. [...] »