"Brett Moller is head of learning and educational technologies at a private school in Queensland, Australia. He was working as a media teacher at his previous school when he used Facebook in a project with another teacher who taught religion. The religion teacher expressed a desire to use media more in his classroom, so Moller showed him Facebook. For several years, Moller had his students post their final films on Facebook. Brett connected with a group of media professionals who gave his students positive feedback about their films, all of which was done through Facebook." ~"Teaching in a Socially Networked Classroom"
Google+ - www.googleplus.com
New ways of sharing, across all of Google. (My personal fave. ~Meg) (Some questions can't be answered by Google, but wow, they're getting pretty good!)
Free tool to check Google™ page ranking of any web site.
Twitter - www.twitter.com
Broadcast Live Video from Mobile Phone -
And share it live in real time.
Noodle Tools -
[From their website] NoodleTools provides innovative software that teaches students and supports teachers and librarians throughout the entire research process. Search intelligently; Assess the quality of results; Record, organize and synthesize information using online notecards; Format your bibliography in MLA, APA, or Chicago/Turabian style.
Pubpie - http://pubpie.com
[From their website] A web-based service that enables individuals to manage the production, publication, promotion, and sales of electronic books (ebooks) and related digital content.
Readium - http://readium.org
Intute - http://www.intute.ac.uk
Diigo - www.diigo.com