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Wallwisher is a web-based product that is an online corkboard. Wallwisher allows teachers and students to collaborate and share ideas about a given topic. You can use Wallwisher in any class. A teacher who has one laptop (or a couple in the room) can open the Wallwisher page on your computer and then allow students to enter responses one at a time. For a teacher in a 1:1 environment, you can email the link to your students and they can respond to the prompt on their computers.

Students do not need an account to respond to a prompt on a Wallwisher page. When they click on the page to add a comment, their entries will be labeled "Anonymous" until they add their name. I encourage you to tell them to only use their first name. Students can reply with text, images, audio, or video. A written reply can be no more than 160 characters in length.

Teachers do not have to have an account to create a Wallwisher; however, I recommend that teachers make an account so they can keep track of their different walls. For ideas on how to use Wallwisher in your classroom see: http://friedafoxworth.edublogs.org/2010/03/21/wallwisher-in-the-classroom/ & https://docs.google.com/present/view?id=dhn2vcv5_436f8kscmdc. See below a video tutorial on how to set up an account: