Thanks to a friend of mine who's working towards the making of a wiki around Open Educational Resources. I've discovered this CC place where researchers and writers share their work on education.
Quentin D’Souza is the author of these Ideas on web 2.0 and he is an Elementary Resource Teacher in the Academic Information and Communication Technology Department at the Toronto Catholic District School Board.
The document [pdf] is geared towards an introduction to RSS, but carries on a bit further into topics such as tagging, social bookmarking, wikis and more.
Drupal: A Tool For Classroom Connections
I am not familiar with this management content's tool but many people is using it and it's said, Drupal is not so difficult to learn as other mangement content applications in the market.
Must be that easy that Reggie Ryan was able to help a teacher to set groups for 125 kids!
'Drupal runs on the familiar combination of Apache, PHP and MySql. It is supported through a vibrant community anchored by Drupal.org, an incredible resource. Drupal has won numerous awards and is widely regarded as one of the best choices for deploying a system to manage content and users on the web.'