Bubble.us – It is a simple and free web application that lets you brainstorm online. Your brainstorming chart can be shared, saved as an image, or embedded on a website.
Edmodo – A private social platform built for education. Students and teachers can collaborate in a private, secure environment.
ePals– A safe, project-based learning network that connects classrooms worldwide. Safe email addresses for students.
Facebook – A social networking site that is primarily used for personal connecting, popular culture sharing, and trending awareness.
Gravatar – Get your own globally recognized avatar. It’s an image that follows you from site to site appearing beside your name when you comment or post on a blog.
hashtags.org – A site for searching hashtags used on Twitter.
Linked In – Stay informed about your contacts and industry. Find the people and knowledge you need to achieve your goals. Control your professional identity online.
My Live Signature – Create your own free personal signature to add to your posts, blogs, emails and other digital content.
Power League – A resource that lets you sample group opinions, provoke group discussions and stimulate debate. It creates a visual league table based on votes gathered across your group. You can create your own online leagues or use our existing ones.
Skype – Voice calls, video calls, conferencing with three or more people, instant messaging, file transfer and screen shots. Note that some features are free and others have a fee.
Stumble Upon – Discover cool stuff on the web according to the preferences of you, your friends, and other users.
TakingITGlobal – The largest social online community of like-minded youth who are interested in global issues and creating positive change.
Twitter – Share and discover what is happening right now in 140 characters or less. Connect with others with similar interests.
Twitter Search – A tool for searching what is currently being talked about on Twitter..
Type with Me – Work together live on a document. Fast and reliable.
Today’s Meet – Create a live, private stream to meet. Ask questions, make comments. This can be used to tailor your presentation based on the feedback to address your audience’s needs.