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Seb, Thanks for hightlighting this resource. They weren't exactly "my" choices - but rather the free tools that topped the different tool categories in the Top 100 Tools for Learning 2008.

I'll give some thought as to how best to develop a collaborative editable version. It certainly makes sense in this Learning 2.0 age. Maybe we could even use PBwiki !!!!!

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