June Roundup

Since it’s the last Monday of the month, we wanted to take a look at some of the cool Wikispaces-related things that people have been talking about this month. Here are some of the highlights from June:

Learning and working on the Web
There’s a lot to learn about how to get the most out of the time you spend online, whether you’re working, learning, or playing. Fortunately, some of you are already figuring it out:

Summer reading
It’s as much a part of summer as the popsicle. Here’s what a few of you are up to:

In case you missed it, in May we released a new Comments feature. We’re very excited about it. And it looks like you are, too:

Hello to everyone at ISTE! And for those of you who can’t be in Philadelphia this week, here’s a taste of what’s going on:

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