Another 2.0 format I found attractive was Start Page technologies. There is a whole pile of these available free online and again they allow you to pull in different things and to share parts of a site that may be written to by anyone. Alternatively you can make it read-only or restrict co-editing to a named few. Great for distributed group authoring and projects! I had a go with one called Protopage and really liked it. So much so, I made it my pet web site http://protopage.com/nickbowskill
These last 18 months I've been working in an elearning project consortium of Chinese and UK universities and when we were out there last I showed it to one of the Chinese partners. They were fascinated with it and we've been playing around with some of these things to explore ideas. See what you think if you haven't already tried shareable co-editable start pages.
Lancaster University eChina Project Team
and Freelance e-learning worker
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