Feed on


Dimdim is a free web conferencing service where users can communicate quckly and effectively.

Dimdim home

The Dimdim website says that its features are:

It’s Easy, Open & Affordable
No Install to Host/Join meetings
Easy Share Screens & Webpages
Audio & Video Conferencing
Present PowerPoint and PDFs
Private & Public Chat
Whiteboard & Annotations
Record and Playback Meetings
Open Source and open APIs

As with many of [...]

Read Full Post »


Siosus is a free total online sharing and collaboration workspace.  The free basic package includes unlimited workspaces and unlimited number of members.  
Tools that are included in the free basic package are useful and extensive:

Contacts and group manager
Custom workspace
Manage your files
Calendars and events
Chat and IM
RSS feeds
Web database management
Project management
Task automation

The drawbacks are that there are limits to [...]

Read Full Post »


edmodo is a communication platform specifically designed for students and teachers. Being designed specifically for this audience, privacy of students was a main concern for developers.  
As the edmodo blog states:

‘What is edmodo? edmodo is a private microblogging platform that teachers and students can use to send notes, links, files, alerts, assignments, and events to each other.

How [...]

Read Full Post »

Feature blog - Mill Park Secondary College

Heather Bailie, College Library Coordinator at Mill Park Secondary College has set up a most interesting blog.  Did I speak to you about… is a site just for library staff.  
Heather explains, ‘We have nine people making up 7.4 EFT on two campuses.  I spend half my time at each campus, others have one or two days [...]

Read Full Post »