Education 2.0

Web 2.0 Teaching Tools

This is a list of websites and tools that I have reviewed at my Web 2.0 Teaching Tools blog. Things are a bit disorganized on that site, so this list complements it well. These websites are either completely free or have a free version that can be used with small groups of students. -- Alan

VIRTUAL OFFICES - online editing and sharing of text files, spreadsheets, chats and emails, calendars, etc.

  1.'s Basecamp -
  2. activeCollab -
  3. TeamworkLive -
  4. Zoho Vitural Office -
  5. SPresent - online flash presentations -


  1. Jotspot -
  2. Schtuff -
  3. Web Collaborator -
  4. Writeboard -
  5. Writely -
  6. Designing Learning Spaces - Example of a Class using an Open Wiki


  1. EditGrid -
  2. iRows -
  3. Tracker (Jotspot) -
  4. wikiCalc -

DATABASES only - those I don't think any of the Virtual Office have this feature

  1. My Own DB -


  1. Map - - for GIS users
  2. Quickmaps -


  1. Flickr Magazine Cover tool -
  2. Other Great Flickr-based tools
  3. Scanr - - scan and send from a photo phone
  4. Stickam - - upload photos, videos & audio to post on blog pages


  1. Learning Blogs - - for K-12 students
  2. Uni Blogs - - for University students
  3. Edu Blogs - - for Education professionals (teachers, etc.)
  4. ESL Blogs - - for ESL & EFL educators


  1. Yack Pack -
  2. Utterli -
  3. Posterous -


  1. Vyew -


  1. Google Scholar -
  2. Post Genomic -

CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT - classroom tools that span the needs of Students, Parents, Teachers and School Administrators

  1. My Note It -
  2. Schoopy -
  3. School Tool -
  4. Engrade - - online grading tool
  5. Moodle* - - open source course management system (CMS)

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Sasha 9 years ago

Here is another tool you may consider:

And here is a great example:Education 2.0 - Students Create Content.More:

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alew 9 years ago Author

Thanks. This interesting ( I will add it to the list, and will mention it on my blog ( -- Cheers, Alan

devon 9 years ago

Here is another one,, teachers can design language course use a wiki system.

VinceSamios 8 years ago from Australia

Very interesting concept - It could be cool to get students to use web2.0 mind mapping for project planning

cms8000 8 years ago

Great write-up. Another awesome tool to add: PicLens by Cooliris ( for viewing photos and videos in a web 2.0 3D wall. Students can research images on Google Images and much more. My kids love it!

tkofol 8 years ago

For those interested in Test Prep you may consider

The site is a community based around user contributed test prep questions. Hope you find it useful.

vipulgupta 7 years ago

Try they provide online tutoring in all subject. They have their own whiteboard and VOIP system. They have best math tutor and they dont charge much. I even end up getting a free tutoring session :-)

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kishosingh 7 years ago from India

It is the great collection of web 2.0 education. I 1st time knew about education 2.0 however, I was familier with web 2.0.

RussianStudent 7 years ago

Check out Prime Language Services: They provide online tutoring in Russian Language via Virtual Classroom: VOIP, whiteboard, etc.

eduhb 7 years ago

Check out the new social network site for Higher Education:

It has higher education related news, events, colleges, graduate schools, scholarships, courses, blogs, wiki, forums, etc...

jbgillet 7 years ago

Check out Tutrme -

Find a tutor, for anything, anywhere! is a free global tutor database helping connect local tutors with students. The graphical map-based directory interface ensures that students never have to hunt through loads of useless information in their search for a local, qualified tutor.

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tonyhubb 6 years ago

Thanks for links!

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Joel McDonald 6 years ago from Denver, Colorado

Thanks for sharing! There's nothing like "free" even if you're considering the paid version of something, it's always good to try out a few of the free versions to make sure that's actually what you need before shelling out money for something that doesn't work as well as you thought.

Great hub!

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jon ellis 6 years ago from Bristol, UK

An interesting list. I would recommend a couple of other web 2.0 education websites:

- Beanbag Learning, a place where independent tutors can list their services and share learning resources

- TutorHub, an independent tutor Q&A collaboration website

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