Lucas Carlson has developed a blog-wiki combo tool called Web Collaborator that teachers looking for a collaborative writing tool might want to consider. It has a variety of editorial functions, and you can invite groups to participate or keep it open. I haven’t had time to dive into it very far, but it looks pretty intruiging. If you get a chance and have some opinions, leave some impressions here.
Jack Macleod says
This looks great. I can see setting students up to work on collaborative projects (one of my kicks right now) very easily. This makes it so easy for kids in different parts of the world to work together. Or how about teachers working together on a curriculum project or writing their own textbooks for a course? (or maybe the kids should be writing the textbook as they learn). Wow – the possibilities are endless.