Google Docs

Google Docs is a free web-based word processor, spreadsheet, presentation, form and data storage service offered by Google. As of January 13, 2010, the storage capacity for any file in Google Docs is 1GB.
Google Docs was chosen as an artifact for NETS-T-3b because of the potential it holds to make this standard a reality for students and teachers in classroom environments and researchers and writing in scholarly endeavors. Using Google docs , authors can create and edit documents they have produced or produced by others using online collaborating technology. The real-time quality of this technology make communication easy for people in distributed-learning communities. The example I chose to include here is an example of me communicating with a colleague at another institution about work we are doing is parallel in content and structure.

Click here to see an invitation to comment on a document that was produce using Google Docs.