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Top 10 Web 2.0 Tools Recommended by The Journal

Which web 2.0 tools are best suited for enabling collaboration in teaching and learning?

Steve Hargadon, John Kuglin and Leslie Fisher discuss which are the three of their preference.

Hargadon speaks of blogs, social networks and synchronous live platforms.

Kuglin mentions Google Docs, SlideRocket and School Fusion.

Fisher makes her case about Twitter, and Ustream.

I am surprised none of them referred to Prezi.

Links of these Web 2.0 tools are here at The Journal - Transforming Education Through Technology.

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