Today's Meet http://todaysmeet.com/
Connect with the room in realtime.
Use the live stream to make comments, ask questions, and use that feedback to tailor your presentation, sharpen your points, and address audience needs.
Allow students to publish posts and participate in discussions within a secure classroom blogging community. Teachers maintain complete control over student blogs. No student email addresses required.
You and your students can increase productivity while conserving valuable computer memory and/or money used on flash drives or other storage devices by using Dropbox. Files can be accessed from anywhere!
Have students publish information through wikis. Wikis can be used for all subjects and provide a flexible media for students to post text, pictures, videos, audio files, music, and more.
Examples of Class Wikis
Crocodoc: Mark up, fill out, and collaborate on PDFs, Word documents, PowerPoint slides, and web pages.
Debate Graph: http://debategraph.org/
A debate visualization tool to help groups think through complex topics by building and sharing dynamic, collaboratively-editable and ratable maps of subjects from multiple perspectives.
Create notes in your own workspace wall. You can save your workspace at any time and return to them from the same computer or any other computer. You can also share your notes with others by providing the workspace name (or url) to a friend. Great for collaborative ideas and brainstorming as many people can work on the same page at the same time.
to increase the transparency and rigor of political debate around the world
Primary Wall: http://primarywall.com/
A web-based sticky note tool designed for schools that allows pupils and teachers to work together in real-time
Create your own corkboard. Write a note, click-and-hold to move around. Paste an image link.
Type with me http://typewith.me/
A web based word processor that allows pupils and teachers to work together in real time. Each editor is in a different colour. An alternative to etherpad