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Rhondda Powling

ThinkBinder - 4 views

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    Think Binder is a website that gives students a place to create online study groups. In each group students can share files, share links, chat, and draw on a collaborative whiteboard. Students can create and join multiple groups. Getting started with Think Binder is very easy and quick..
Rhondda Powling

TodaysMeet - 1 views

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    OpenStreetMap is an editable map of the whole world allowing you to view, edit and use geographical data in a collaborative way from anywhere on Earth. Embed the map in your website.
John Pearce

Neat Chat! - 1 views

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    This is another quick and easy to use chatroom like tiny chat. To start a chat session, all you need to do is go to our homepage, enter your nickname, and click the Start Group button. Once you do that, your chat session is started, and your browser loads the session's chat room. You then invite people by sending them the URL of the chat room. When your invitees access the URL, they enter the chat room to chat with you.
Rhondda Powling

Chatzy - Free Private Chat Rooms - 0 views

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    A chat tool that is simple, clear, and doesn't require any Java. It works across browsers and allows a reasonable amount of admin control and management.
dean groom

Scriblink - Your Online Whiteboard - 0 views

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    Really simple whiteboard - dead easy to use and share, java is a bit laggy on load, but never the less, decent on deamand freedie
Andrew Jeppesen

Login : meeting24.tv - 0 views

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    Web conferencing for up to 24 people
Grace Kat

simple private real-time sharing and collaboration by drop.io - 0 views

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    Collaborative file sharing and chat in real time
John Pearce

Today's Meet - 0 views

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    Today's Meet is an alternative chat room like space where you can quickly setup and invite others to join to collaborate, make comments and suggestions and reflect on meetings presentations etc. As the Today's Meet folks say: Using Twitter at social media conferences has become a great way to do just that. But Twitter isn't appropriate for every situation. * Your audience isn't on Twitter. * You don't want the discussion to be public. * You need to see only relevant updates"
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