Collaborative technology tools, such as Google apps, have become vital in creating and expanding PLNs online. I have used these tools to build presentations for conferences with friends and peers across the country. I have also been able to use them to complete large school assignments with classmates across the globe. It excites me that we now teach in a world where collaboration can happen between people separated by miles and oceans. Ideas are no longer exclusive to just single classrooms or schools. Ideas can be grown and shared with and by people across the globe.
So now enjoy an example of online collaboration as Betty Wells and I share 15 criteria for effective curation.
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