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joitske

I think even with a slow connection, you can go for the information that is very valuable to you. I think blogs are typically better than Web2.0 tools than social bookmarking, because there is an offline option. (for instance blogging by email, which you can do even from your phone mostly, at least I could do it in Ghana, I saw Ghanaian using facebook on their phone too).
Also working on wikipedia in local languages maybe fun to do. It shows that you can create something on the web, and feels empowering...

Peter Gulka

Fine I donated my $10! Enough already! ;)

Kami Huyse

With the cell phone connection you can run Twitter, which would allow the class to "talk" with others around the world and learn new things.

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