The BBC reported on how Google is making it even easier for people to interact online.
Google has joined the drive to make the web more social by introducing tools to enable people to interact with their friends.
Of course this means that educational and learning sites can use the same tools making it easier for learners to interact and engage with each other.
This may mean of course that learners from other “places” and “institutions” will interact and engage with each other.
Some institutions will see this collaboration as a “danger” or “cheating” and therefore block the sites. Whilst others will engage with this process and look at how it could impact on learning and enhance it and the changes that may be needed to be made to assessment models.