Using an instant chatting tool on the Web is no longer new for collaborative work with the emerging ICT technologies. With the concept of Web 2.0, collaboration is much meaningful and practical with a multifunctional online collaborative whiteboard. By using Dabbleboard, teachers are able to discuss and share files in a common Web space instantly, but also request students to express and contribute ideas collaboratively. The most distinctive feature is that the brainstormed ideas could be saved as an image into your hard drive. I have attached the workshop handout for the application of Dabbleboard and you may try this Web application by your own and I am sure you can manage it within a couple of hours.
Download: Web 2.0 for Learning
Apart from introducing the whiteboard, some Web 2.0 ideas for learning and teaching have also been discussed as below: