* = blocked by DOE filters
Great for posting information, increasing communication with students/parents/community. Communication tends to be one-sided.
Weebly - Add pages, subpages, and even blogs. Weebly for Education allows up to 40 student blogs. Weebly Pro charges a fee, but offers more services.
Wix- Create a free Flash website
Excellent for journals or anything with regular postings, to be arranged in chronological order. Blog posts allow for comments by other people.
Blogger (AKA Blogspot)
Dorman Media Center
MHMS Media Blog
* Wordpress(.com) - There is also a Wordpress.org that provides more flexibility, though knowledge of HTML and CSS may be helpful.
The Unquiet Library
Rock Creek Library
Allows for collaborative compilations of information. Think Wikipedia.
Monarch Academy Library
Wetpaint Wikis in Education
Welker's Wikinomics Page