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Rob Bruno discussed using Wikis to encourage peer interaction. By using wikis for collaboration, students within his HUC 106 (Public Speaking) course would be able to provide feedback on outlines, topic selection, and other potential peer review activities.
Leah Richards spoke about how she currently (or plans) to utilize Twitter and file sharing options in a variety of ways, including quick quizzing, reinforcement, writing collaboration (based on idea sharing, not necessarily technicals) within her 3 English courses.
Irwin Leopando currently uses Blackboard but is considering other options within the Web 2.0 realm. He mentioned having students read others writing and be able to write and evaluate first drafts, in terms of clarity, logic, asking for more information, etc. He is currently looking for options of another course to connect, as he teaches one section of composition.