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Dennis OConnor

ThumbScribes - Collaborative Writing Community - 11 views

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    ThumbScribes is a platform for creating collaborative content.Co+Create haiku, poems, short stories, flash fiction, novellas, exquisite corpse and songs, real time or asynchronously with your computer, tablet, cell phone or even IM.
Carl Bogardu

TitanPad - 15 views

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    Remember Ether pad? Here it is with a new name.
Ed Webb

Clive Thompson on the New Literacy - 0 views

  • The fact that students today almost always write for an audience (something virtually no one in my generation did) gives them a different sense of what constitutes good writing. In interviews, they defined good prose as something that had an effect on the world. For them, writing is about persuading and organizing and debating, even if it's over something as quotidian as what movie to go see. The Stanford students were almost always less enthusiastic about their in-class writing because it had no audience but the professor: It didn't serve any purpose other than to get them a grade.
  • The brevity of texting and status updating teaches young people to deploy haiku-like concision.
Vicki Davis

EtherPad: Realtime Collaborative Text Editing - 0 views

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    A lot of people like this for doing collaborative wikis.
Kathy Benson

Kerpoof Studio - 0 views

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    Free web-based tool.  Requires flash.  Teacher account permits you to set up student accounts without student emails. 
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    Retired math teacher who has been collecting free stuf for many years at http://www.textbooksfree.org/Mathematics%20Internet%20Library.htm Old fashion dittos are the most. Suggestions for links welcome.
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