Opening Education: Social software and learning report

23rd June 2006 at 01:00
We love delving into the future, but some lucky people get paid for it.

Internet users are taking to collaborative tools like wikis and blogs in a big way, but many schools are still scared. Where does the information reside? Can we control them? So it's good to have Futurelab to keep us up to date with developments. Watch out for its new report "Opening Education: Social software and learning". In the meantime, visit its site to catch up on other research - you can also click the link to Harcourt to try out Moovl, the innovative software developed through Futurelab.

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