See web 2.0 top 1001 list and also I add new tools and applications here and you can write on our meebo room new interesting tools .



CHAT 2.0
  • TodaysMeet helps you embrace the backchannel and connect with your audience in realtime
  • Tinychat Free video on-line chatrooms .
  • is a scheduling application that syncs with your existing calendar
  • Meebo chat You can put any room on your website, blog, or social network page.
  • Chatzy provides a chat service which allows its users to create chat rooms, send out invitations to people they know and communicate privately in these chat rooms.
  • Fullim Social network + chat + email
*Imo is aweb instant messenger that helps you IM,voice chat,and video conference using multiple instant messaging

CRM 2.0
  • AeL is a universal and integrated eLearning solution, offering facilities for the management and presentation of various types of educational content, such as multimedia interactive materials, interactive guides, exercises, simulations, and tests.The eLearning solutions developed by SIVECO Romania cover a wide range of subjects - from creating interactive educational content to developing eLearning platforms and educational portals and address a very heterogeneous target audience: pupils, teachers, students, employers, decision makers from the educational domain,etc
  • Citrix Online is a fast-growing division based in Santa Barbara, California, U.S.A. : GoToMeeting , GoToWebinar, GoToTraining, GoToAssist, GoView
  • Elgg - Open source e-learning software.
  • Nuvvo - On demand elearning.
  • Medical Portal.
  • WebTools - Web 2.0 apps.
FUN 2.0
JOBS 2.0
MEMO 2.0
NEWS 2.0
OS 2.0
READ 2.0
RSS 2.0
All the Web
A9 Multisearch Engine
Apple Engine for Teacher Resources


50 Fantastic Bing Tricks
Bing vs. Google



Country Based Search Engines
Dog Pile
Education World®
Find It Quick
First Gov Portal
Goofram - Search Google and Wolfram Alpha at the same time!
Google on Cybrary Man
Google Labs

Magma for Videos
Search Engine Colossus
Sweet Search for Librarians
Topmarks Education

TEXT 2.0
WI-FI 2.0
WORD 2.0
For more see

See also
50 Free Collaboration Tools That Are Awesome for Education
June 5th, 2010
external image collab.jpgWhether you are looking for tools that can bring a distance education class together or tools to help students and teachers in traditional classrooms working on group projects, the following collaboration tools will help with any need. From group papers to file sharing to group communication, the following tools will help bring any educational group together seamlessly to produce awesome results.
Group Projects and Papers
When working on group projects or research papers, these tools make collaboration a breeze.
  1. **Nicenet**. This tool is made just for education and includes document sharing, communication, link sharing, and scheduling.
  2. **Redliner**. Students working on a group project that requires editing will enjoy using this tool that allows multiple users to easily edit Word documents.
  3. **Collanos**. Projects that require lots of communication, notes, and discussions will benefit from this tool that allows all of that and more to be kept in one place.
  4. **EtherPad**. This web-based word processor allows multiple users to work simultaneously on a document. Each person’s work is highlighted in a different color to keep everything understandable.
  5. **Writeboard**. Groups can write, collaborate, share their individual work, and more with this simple and free web-based tool.
  6. **writewith**. Writing projects just got easier with this tool that provides a place for students to share documents and tasks, hold discussions, and more.
  7. **Zoho Show**. Great online presentations are easy to create collaboratively with this powerful free tool.
  8. **Google Docs**. Students can work on documents, spreadsheets, and presentations individually and collaboratively with this dynamic tool.
  9. **ThinkFold**. Perfect for the planning stages of a group project, ThinkFold helps students create real-time outlines collaboratively.
  10. **Thinkature**. Use this tool to collaborate, organize research and ideas, and prepare final projects.
  11. **Thinkfree**. The free services here include document creation and sharing, file sharing, collaboration, and more.
Discussion Groups and Communication
Don’t let a little thing like distance stop your group or class from communicating. Use these free tools instead.
  1. **MemberHub**. Up to 30 members can communicate in one place for free with this tool.
  2. **Yugma**. The free version of this tool allows up to 20 people to web conference and is a great way for groups to connect when they can’t be in the same location.
  3. **ProBoards**. Create an online discussion board easily and quickly with this tool that works like online forums and can be made private.
  4. **Pidgin**. No matter what IM platform students are using, they can all connect with Pidgin.
  5. **99Chats**. Create your own chat room with this tool.
  6. **AwayFind**. If you are in class but don’t want to miss any truly important emails, then use this tool to have only the emails you select sent directly to you via SMS, Twitter DM, IM, or a phone call.
  7. **Skype**. If your group is spread far and wide, but you need to meet anyway, use Skype to make video and voice calls and even share files.
Research, Note Taking, and File Sharing
Share your research, notetaking, and files with these great tools.
  1. **CiteULike**. When students find scholarly articles on the Internet, they can share them, then organize and store their work with this tool.
  2. **NoteMesh**. Just for college students, this free tool allows you to share notes with others in your class.
  3. **Notefish**. This tool can aid students by saving web content, which can be organized and shared with others.
  4. **NoteCentric**.This tool was created by a student and allows college students to easily share and store notes.
  5. **Springnote**. Use this tool as a group notebook to keep notes for classes, projects, or other tasks.
  6. **wridea**. A great way to keep brainstorming sessions documented and organized, this free tool is a must-have for groups working together.
  7. **FruitNotes**. This online notebook offers a great way to keep and organize notes, store photos, and share with others. You can even send notes via your phone.
  8. **Kablink**. File sharing and real-time meetings are two of the biggest highlights of this tool.
  9. ****. Students can share images, documents, audio and video files, and more with this tool.
Social Networking
Social networking provides an opportunity for students and teachers to connect beyond the classroom walls in new and innovative ways.
  1. **ePals**. Students can connect with other classrooms around the world with this tool that has a strict education-only focus.
  2. **iLeonardo**. This social network provides a place for researchers and students to collaborate on any research topic.
  3. **The Quad**. Make sure you have access to an .edu email address to access the tools here that include group projects, calendars, and more.
  4. **Loomagoo**. Students can share notes and study guides and even buy and sell text books on this site.
  5. ****. High school and college students can find help with school work, prepare for college admission, and socialize with other students.
  6. **WiZiQ**. Teachers and learners can all take part in this web-based learning opportunity that is free for anyone to participate in.
  7. **LearnHub**. LearnHub is all about education sharing and allows students to share their knowledge, find what they need to know, and even study for major standardized exams.
  8. **Campusbug**. Students will find resources for their homework and projects as well as connections with other students.
Wikis and Blogs
Use these wikis and blogs to share information within a class or with the rest of the world.
  1. **Wikispaces**. Create a free classroom wiki with this popular wiki service.
  2. **PBworks**. This wiki is super easy to start using and will have your classroom working together in no time.
  3. **Class Blogmeister**. Educators can use this free service to create a class blog and locate other class blogs to share learning across classrooms.
  4. **Edublogs**. This blogging platform provides plenty of great features and is just for education purposes.
  5. **Blogger**. Get a free and easy-to-use blog from this popular blogging platform.
  6. **Twitter**. Educators are finding tons of great ways to use this microblogging tool for connecting with people around the world and creating dynamic learning experiences.
  7. **Edmodo**. Similar to Twitter, Edmodo is just for the educational setting and offers a more private way to engage in microblogging.
  8. **Socialtext**. Get a free microblogging platform for up to 50 users to have a private Twitter-like experience in your classroom.
Task Management
These tools are helpful for keeping both the individual and an entire class on track so that no assignment or task gets left behind.
  1. **Google Calendar**. Google Calendar is a great sharable calendar that a whole class can use to stay on task with assignments, tests, and more.
  2. **MyNoteit**. Just for college students, this free tool allows students to organize and share notes, assignments, to-do lists, a calendar, and tasks.
  3. **MeetWithApproval**. Students working together can plan a meeting, study group, or other event with this tool.
  4. **CollegeRuled**. College students can create schedules, print or share them on Facebook, and participate in class message boards.
  5. **Remember the Milk**. This tool is a popular to-do list that keeps tasks organized. Some of the features include reminders, integration with Google Calendar, iPhone compatibility, and the ability to share with others.
  6. **Toodledo**. Another to-do list, Toodledo offers a feature that organizes and analyzes your dates, priorities, and time estimates to create a time management schedule that will keep any student, teacher, or group on task.
  7. **GradeMate**. Both teachers and students will enjoy the benefits of this tool that is made for managing grades and organizing and sharing assignments, notes, files, discussions, and more.

  • Tools and Resources

    • Ajax - Web Browser Document ViewerAjax Browser Helper Object is a plug-in for your web browser that allows you to view documents (PDFs, Word Docs, etc.) without downloading them to the computer. It is a great program that is a big time (and space) saver.
    • AnimotoSet up a free account, upload photos to create a 30 second short 'film' set to great music. Can be embedded in a blog or wiki or shared with a friend. Take a series of photos of growth of a plant. Place the photos in Animoto for a creative way to create
    • App SnapThis free download will search your machine and look for program updates for all of your software. This is a great tool that you may want to run once a month or so to make sure that your resources are current.
    • Atmosphir - 3D Game CreatorAtmoshir is a very neat 3D adventure game and creation tool. This is a very cool tool to design your own worlds and game experiences. While it can be seen as a simple fun application, there are possibilities to make this part of most any curriculum. For i
    • BBC HabitatsThis site is a brilliant collection of videos, pics and information about various habitats around the globe.
    • Build Yourself WildBuild a ‘wild’ version of yourself with human and animal components! Send it to a friend via email.
    • Cool TimerThis completely free program is a simple but effective countdown timer that is extremely easy to use. An alarm sounds to indicate that a specified time period has ended. Any wav, mp3, or midi file can be used as the alarm. You can watch the countdown from
    • DeliciousUse this free social bookmarking service that allows you to tag, save, manage and share web pages from a centralised source. It is a great way to categorise, remember and share all those great sites.
    • Downloadapedia This is a wiki built on the Mediawiki platform, and it bills itself as "The Software Encyclopedia." A nice idea, and certainly a good place to find some open-source and freeware programs. Looking at the site recently, it appears that they are still grow
    • DropmindDrop Mind is an excellent mind mapping program that is available both as a desktop installation and as a web-based application. The interface is well designed and offers teachers and students the ability to create simple or complex graphic maps with lots
    • DVD FlickDVD Flick is an open source DVD authoring program that is free and simple to use. This is a great tool for students and teachers to use in order to back up or burn their in-class projects.
    • Educational OrigamiThis has some great Bloom's Links to ICT - Lot's to be found here.
    • ExploratreeA fabulous free online library of thinking guides that you can change or customise, using images, text and shapes
    • Edusim 3DA 3-D environment for use with interactive whiteboards. This program, currently in beta, enables teachers and students to work with objects in space that are able to be manipulated in ways that a 2-D object in all other whiteboard software programs is lac
    • EtherPadWhen multiple people edit the same document simultaneously, any changes are instantly reflected on everyone's screen. The result is a new and productive way to collaborate on text documents, useful for meeting notes, drafting sessions, education, team pro
    • Evernote - Remember EverythingA thought and Idea collection and sync Tool. Handy little app for all.
    • FreemindCreate an online mind map about the fours seasons. Save it to your free account. Send the link to friends who can also collaborate with you. Embed the final result in your blog, website or wiki!
    • FUSEThe Victorian Central focus point for ICT
    • GIMPGimp is an open source drawing and photo manipulation program that many consider to be "the free version of Photoshop." While it doesn't do everything that Photoshop does, it is an excellent program and its price can't be beat. Teachers can embrace it and
    • Global Student BlogsSet up a blog! Your teacher will need to set up one first and become the administrator of your blog. Don’t use your real name or image … but share your thoughts with the world! What’s it like in your backyard?
    • Go AnimateSet up a free account and create your own online animations to share with friends. View other examples on the site for inspiration.
    • Google EarthThis program allows students to explore the Earth in a 3-D environment. Many people may be familiar with this interesting way to look at our planet, but there are constant developments that make the program even more useful for educators. A fairly new fea
    • Google NotebookWant to collaborate on a single online document with your friends asynchronously? This is the site for you - you can redesign research projects to include text, video and picture and cite sources correctly.
    • Google SketchupGoogle's architectural program is a great tool to use in the classroom. While it was not necessarily intended to be a student activity for class instruction, this program has many wonderful applications for major subject areas. There is a feature that ena
    • HandbrakeHandbrake is a very useful program that allows you decode video DVDs or change the format of video files. You can decode the entire video or simply select portions (chapters) that you want. You can even change videos to work with iPhones or iPods. Simp
    • InkscapeA nice open-source vector based graphics editor as an alternative to Adobe Illustrator or CorelDraw.
    • EstimateEstimate is a great interactive site that allows students to estimate a number that an arrow is pointing to on a number line. This is great for students who are first learning about estimation. It is an easy to use site that is fairly robust and would als
    • IrfanviewThis is a powerful free graphics viewer and photo editor. In the words of Irfan Skiljan, the Bosnian author of this software, Irfanview is trying to be simple for beginners and powerful for professionals. Numerous additional plugins are available that ena
    • Monkey JamMonkeyJam is a digital pencil test program. It is designed to let you capture images from a webcam, camcorder, or scanner and assemble them as separate frames of an animation. You can also import images and sound files already on your computer. Great for
    • Podcasts for Educators, Schoools and CollegesA great site for all things Podcasting and Education - Especially the Podcasts by subjest are asection.
    • Janes E-Learning ToolsProbably the best collection of E-learning Links on the web
    • Inside a DogRead and write book reviews at the Victorian State Library site ‘Inside a Dog’.
    • KerpoofMake a movie, draw a picture or write a story. Save your work to the site!
    • Myths and LegendsA great Literacy Site for all ages
    • Licence to CookWatch the Food and Technology clips on basic cooking skills, healthy eating, wise food cooking and food safety and hygiene.
    • Make way or BabyRead, view and create a timeline showing the various stages of pregnancy.
    • MapwingTurn your digital photos into virtual tours that include interactive maps, images, and comments.
    • National GeographicWant to go on an adventure? Visit the interactive museum that takes you on geography journeys. Here you’ll climb a mountain, hover over the Earth, speed across Europe, visit an archaeological dig, and even order sushi.
    • PhunPhun is an open source program that is great for teachers and students to learn how to demonstrate the properties of physics in a digital environment. It is a simple downloadable program that is effective at showing the principles of gravity, weight, mass
    • Market FreshWant to learn some basic techniques in Food and Technology? View the videos to get some ideas.
    • NASA Video and PodcastsWatch or view a NASA podcast or video.
    • PhotopeachEssentially Photostory online. Add Music and text to your photo transitions and upload them to any webspace.
    • PhotoscapeThis is a wonderful photo manipulation tool that serves many purposes. From this one application a teacher or student can grab a screen shot, batch edit a series of images, edit pictures, convert pictures, and even create slide-shows. A free resource for
    • Photostory 3A free program from Microsoft that works as a simple slideshow creator that allows students and teachers to add titles, sound, and basic effects.
    • PollldaddyCreate a class poll on favourite sports using ‘poll daddy’ and include it in a blog or wiki.
    • Screen Casto O MaticUse this free application to create a tutorial or demo of anything on your computer using voice and presentation software. It will upload to a remote server automatically.
    • ScreenJellyScreenjelly records your screen activity with your voice so you can spread it as a video via Twitter or email. Use it to quickly share cool apps or software tips, report a bug, or just show stuff you like.
    • ScrybeThis is a nice and very cool looking on-line note taking and calendar application. An interesting and exciting alternative from many other options out there.
    • SkypeConnect to other students via audio or video conference to find out about global issues.
    • TEDListen to and comment on an inspiring talk by ‘the world’s greatest thinkers and doers’!
    • ThesaurusDoing poetry or story writing? Want to learn about alternatives words - go to this site and see what you come up with.
    • VoicethreadUpload photos and sound bytes to voice thread ,use a microphone to add your voice and commentary. Your presentation can be shared with others through the internet!
    • VokiCreate a Voki character and record your voice. You could share your learning goals or explain a task. You can use your Voki as an ‘avatar’ (picture of ‘yourself’) and also embed a Voki in a blog or wiki. Create two Voki characters that you can you as an
    • VisuwordsIt's a dictionary! It's a thesaurus! Look up words to find their meanings and associations with other words and concepts.
    • VLC Media PlayerAn open source media player that plays almost any file out there. This is a very small and capable program that comes in handy when you are an educator or student dealing with the many specified types of files.
    • Open OfficeAn open source alternative to programs like Microsoft Office. It is an excellent program that is compatible with all major word processing software. This is one of the software suites that has been around for a long time and I recommend it to students who
    • SnapterSnapter is a great site that allows a teacher or student to use their digital camera as a scanner. Simply snap a picture of anything and run it through the program to turn it into a PDF document. A great tool for easy document creation.
    • Think FreeThink Free is the next generation on-line office suite replacement. With a rich feature set, slick interface, and compatability with iPhones, Cell Phones, PDAs, Netbooks, and plain old PCs, this is a great set of free tools that can be wonderful for stude
    • Wolfram AlphaSearch Engine for Scientific Geeks
    • WordleCreate mindmaps and creative Word Graphs
    • WordTalkA free text-to-speech plugin for Microsoft Word. For people with reading and writing difficulties, having text reinforced by hearing it read aloud can be very useful. Very simple and useful for those that need it or could use a little extra support.
    • Zac BrowserZac Browser is an all inclusive browsing program that was designed specifically for autistic children, although it is nice for all young children, those with disabilities or without. A portal that lives on a PC to various child-safe websites and activitie
    • ZimmertwinsWatch the tutorial to learn how to create animations with Evan and Edgar. Create your own animations. Save to the site (keep settings private and use a nickname!)
    • 38 Graphic OrganizersDownlaodble as PDF files loads of great organizers here.
    • Teach2thefuture.netScott McGlynn's Website for Progressive Teaching and Learning
  • Tutorials & DIY learning

  • Interactive Whiteboard Specific Resources