Blogger – Create your own blog on this free, Google owned platform.
Capzles – Create rich multimedia experiences with videos, photos, music, documents and blogs.
edublogs – Students may create their own blogs for free using this platform which claims it is the most popular educational blogging system. They claim to be secure and easy to use.
Google Sites – Create a website (includes blogs) or wiki for free. There are privacy settings that can be enacted as well.
Kafafa – It is the simplest and fastest web creation service the Internet has to offer. It’s easy to create your own website using Kafafa. It’s packed with all the stuff you need to make any sort of site you want as all it takes is a couple of clicks to get it up and published.
Kidblog – This school blogging platform gives teachers free blogs for their classes which are a private, moderated space. Great option if your school or district does not block the term “blog.”
Live Binders – A 3-ringed-binder for the web. Collect your resources, organize them, and present them for others to use.
Moodle – Moodle is a Course Management System (CMS), also known as a Learning Management System (LMS) or a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). It is a Free web application that educators can use to create effective online learning sites.
PBwiki – Shared workspaces where students can collaborate with other students on group projects, wikis, websites, etc. It seems to be much like Google Sites.
Vanilla Forums – A free forum site that can be linked to your web page. Register to use.
Weebly – Create a free website or blog. It uses an easy drag-and-drop interface.
Wikispaces – Create a free educational wiki in a collaborative and safe learning environment.