Telecollaborative projects break down the walls of the school and connect classrooms within the county, state, nation and world. Students collaborate with others online to generate a collective body of work and learn that they can communicate and work with others anywhere around the globe.
The great thing about all three of these web 2.0 tools is that they all allow the user to collaborate with a group of individuals as they create content. Netvibes is an RSS feeder that enables groups to collectively access a large number of RSS feeds to multiple sources. Prezi allows many students to collaborate on a single presentation project and then share the culmination of their work with the world at large. Finally, Diigo allows groups to share annotated websites to generate a single body of research and make constructive comments based on each individual's notes.