Wallwisher essentially allows you and your students to create virtual sticky notes in a shared space. This could function as a discussion board, or could be used as a brainstorming activity. You could also post a poll and have students post responses. The possibilities for this application seem endless. If you want to collect student feedback including text, images, or files, try using Wallwisher. There's nothing to download and students don't have to create an account. Check out some Interesting Ways To Use Wallwisher on Tom Barrett's blog.
Jessica Pilgreen is a high school English teacher, a Piasa Bluffs Writing Project fellow, and a technology enthusiast. The main purpose of this blog is to help her keep track of all of the fabulous tools out there that she has encountered, but if she can help a few others along the way, that's good, too.