Teaching with Google Wave (ProfHacker @ Chronicle of Higher Education)

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Kathleen Fitzpatrick describes her use of Google Wave (now available to all without an invitation) in her university classes. She notes:

Wave is extremely powerful groupware, designed to facilitate the interactions of groups working together on projects . . .

There's a lot in this entry to digest, but it seems that for folks using wikis and other CMS interfaces for student interaction, Wave might be a useful addition. The real-time collaborative nature of the thing seems to be a genuine addition to the pedagogical toolkit, provided that everyone has the requisite hardware to access it.

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Unfortunately, Google Wave has been shuttered. Oh well.

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