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2. Web 2.0 Delicious- A social bookmarking website services allow you to store, organize and share your browser bookmarks -- webpage addresses, or Universal Resource Locators (URLs). Social bookmarking services provide permanent storage on the web for your links to these resources, rather than storing them on your home computer. You can organize your links, create notes about them, and even share them with other subscribers to these services. The link-sharing/social function of these services allows you to see what other people engaged in your area of research across the globe are currently studying.

2.1. Tools for Research

3. Tools for Collaborating

3.1. Google Docs, Sheets, Slides- allow you to create online documents, work on them in real time with other people, and store your documents and your other files -- all online, and all for free. With an Internet connection, you can access your documents and files from any computer, anywhere in the world

3.1.1. Google Docs: Free Online Documents for Personal Use

3.2. Web 2.0 Wiki-A wiki is a page or collection of web pages designed to enable anyone who accesses it to contribute or modify content

3.3. Mobile- The free Dropbox mobile app helps you keep projects moving from anywhere, so you can stay focused on what matters. Access work, collaborate with co-workers and clients, and quickly take care of tasks—all from your phone or tablet

3.4. Kahoot - is a game-based learning platform, used as educational technology in schools and other educational institutions.

3.4.1. Kahoot! | Learning Games | Make Learning Awesome!

4. Tools for Communicating

4.1. -SKYPE: Skype is a video chatting application which you can use to communicate with others using text or video. So you can easily connect with other educators and stream that video discussion live in your classroom and share ideas with your students. In my medical professions class, we Skype with Pharmacists, Nurses, Dentists regarding their professions. My class loves to ask questions.

4.1.1. Skype | Communication tool for free calls and chat

4.2. Facebook-Social Network where billions of users can share and discuss ideas, photos, videos.

4.2.1. Facebook - Log In or Sign Up

4.3. EduBlog- by Wordpress-free blogs for teachers, researchers, librarians and other education professionals can help you to communicate to students and to your peers.

4.3.1. Edublogs – free blogs for education - Blogs and websites for teachers, students, and schools3heads-gear3headschatchecklistglobehead-lockhead-plusimaclife-ringlogo-cornelllogo-melbournelogo-northhamptonlogo-portsmouthlogo-smalllogo-vancouverlogo-yokohamalogomail-linemail-wingspdfpie-chartplayplugprinterskypewebsite

4.4. GroupMe is a messaging app where users can send group or private messages from their computer or phone using WiFi; Users sign up using their Facebook, Microsoft/Skype account, or their email

4.4.1. GroupMe | Group text messaging with GroupMe

5. Tools for Research

5.1. Google Scholar is a freely accessible web search engine that indexes the full text or metadata of scholarly literature across an array of publishing formats and disciplines. Released in beta in November 2004, the Google Scholar index includes most peer-reviewed online academic journals and books, conference papers,...

5.1.1. Google Scholar

5.2. RSS-RSS (Rich Site Summary; originally RDF Site Summary; often called Really Simple Syndication) uses a family of standard web feed formats to publish frequently updated information: blog entries, news headlines, audio, video. An RSS document (called "feed", "web feed", or "channel") includes full or summarized text, and metadata, like publishing date and author's name.

5.3. Diigo - Diigo is a powerful research tool and a knowledge-sharing community. Diigo is quite different from typical social networks in that it is solely about social networking through knowledge-sharing. In other words, Diigo is a Social Information Network (SIN). A SIN is a social network where information consumption, research, and sharing is central, and where the connection between people and people, between people and information, and between information and information, are exploited and harnessed to improve knowledge sharing and content discovery, and to enable more meaningful social connections and intellectual exchanges.

5.3.1. Diigo - Better reading and research with annotation, highlighter, sticky notes, archiving, bookmarking & more.

6. Tools for Writing

6.1. Web 2.0 Grammarly-Get corrections from Grammarly while you write on Gmail, Twitter, LinkedIn, and all your other favorite sites. Beyond Grammar and Spelling From grammar and spelling to style and tone, Grammarly helps you eliminate errors and find the perfect words to express yourself.

6.1.1. Write your best with Grammarly.