Inspiration, the popular outlining and concept mapping tool, has recently come out with an online version that works in your web browser. In addition to providing many of the same tools as the desktop software version, Webspiration also provides a web based environment for collaboration and sharing. Items can be shared through a simple email invite and users can collaborate on the same document adding content, posting comments and viewing edit changes. As with tools such as Google Docs, this is another example of the movement away from desktop centric computing to cloud based computing where students can access their work from any computer and just about any platform. Webspiration is currently in a free public beta program.
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