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My eCoach Web 2.0 Tools and Embed other Web 2.0 Tools into My eCoach

Web 2.0 refers to the second generation of web development and design that facilitates collaboration, communication, user-centered design and information sharing through the Internet like on social networking and video-sharing sites. Currently there are many Web 2.0 tools available, but only My eCoach provides the tools, resources, community, coaching and support together.

Members can use My eCoach’s Web 2.0 tools to:
  • communicate with one another in both private and public venues
  • share video and audio files, documents, projects and resources
  • collaborate on projects
  • clone projects from one another
  • co-author projects
  • integrate and embed other Web 2.0 tools and programs
Many other Web 2.0 tools claim to be useful and free, but they have hidden monthly fees for basic usage, own all of your posted materials, do not offer any support, do not have private discussion areas, and do not integrate resources, projects, or builders. You can embed other Web 2.0 tools into the embed box in the Universal Builder and, if you are a team manager, in the team tools.


"It has been a real boost to have a blog that parents and students can go to and see not only the finished product, but the planning and putting everything together that the kids do. My eCoach has helped me so much by providing a space to show the process AND to share resources. (I can't keep track of my bookmarks, so if it's something I think is really good, I put it in 'Resources' on the team page. Now I can find it!) Take a bow!"


pictureAngela Gottschall
theatre teacher
Los Angeles Unified School District - Woodland Hills, CA








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