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Nigel Coutts

The art of modern writing - The Learner's Way - 7 views

    Learning to write is one of the fundamental skills we gain from our time at school. Writing is one of the cornerstones of learning and we devote significant time and energy towards its mastery. Skilled writing is a mark of an educated individual and a skill required for academic success. But in the modern world what makes a skilled writer? What has changed about writing and what literary skills should we focus our attention on. 
Dimitris Tzouris

Poetica - 41 views

Pamela Stevens

Public Sites - Etherpad Foundation | Etherpad Foundation - 21 views

    Lists all of the public sites for Etherpad and other tools
Melissa Smith * Buzzword - 14 views

    like google docs and etherpads
Jennifer Jensen

December Traditions - Collaborative Project - 21 views

    This free project has students sharing their December Traditions. Students will create either a digital or paper/pencil representation of a December tradition their family celebrates. Using a Web 2.0 tool, students can add a verbal component to their drawing and then publish their work to share other students around the world. Finally, students and teachers will have the opportunity to view and comment on the work of other students.

EtherPad: Realtime Collaborative Text Editing - 15 views

    "... a new and productive way to collaborate on text documents, useful for meeting notes, drafting sessions, education, team programming, and more" (retrieved 2010.10.15)
Theresa Neuser

One Million Monkeys Typing: A Collaborative Writing Project - 50 views

    An evolutionary writing site. Only the strongest stories survive. 1. Read Start reading. When you finish a snippet of text, click 'read more'. You will be presented with three unique paths that continue the story. If you like your options, keep reading. 2. Write If you reach an end, or simply don't like the story's trajectory, graft a new snippet and take the story's direction into your own hands. 3. Publish Publish so that others may add on to your story. If it gets ranked well and has enough offshoots it stays, if not, watch it wither and die.
Denis S

Simple, Social, and Snazzy Storytelling with Storybird - 30 views

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Jean Potter

Thinklinkr - 50 views

    Awesome concept. Curious to see what great ideas will be developed there.
    collaborate with others to create outlines, plans, etc.
Matthew J. Vannice

Primary Pad › Superfunky Collaborative Writing For Schools - 45 views

    Simple collaborative online word processor.
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