1. Marie Coleman

    Google Docs, Wikis (PB wiki, Wikispaces, WetPaint), Twitter, Glogster, Flickr (and assorted Flickr tools), Slideshare, Delicious/Diigo….and the list goes on! :)

  2. Sherry – create your own word clouds based on word frequency. You can copy text from a certain genre and create a genre word cloud. Try copying presidential speeches…very interesting! – create great customizable images. Lots of fun!

    Of course, wikis are great tools for educators (multiple platforms). Wikis provide anytime, anywhere collaboration space that is free! Great for group projects, for planning things (events, meetings), and could be used for book discussions, writing prompts, and many many more things!

  3. Glenda Jenkins

    Thanks for asking this question…great list put together.

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