I asked earlier both in Wave & the Scope Moodle about how we were using collaborative tools with peers - and was a little surprised that none of you answered - maybe it was too much of an obvious question! ( SCoPE - Collaborative Tools and peers. )
As I'd also asked about Tools (which moved towards pedagogies), I thought I'd try with a tool that I really feel uncomfortable with ... MindMapping - to try to summarise the key points. Mindmapping's one of those things that I know suits a lot of people, and it's something I encourage my students to use, though I don't really like them myself - especially not in a collaborative sense; I can just about cope with them from a personal organisational pointof view. Given, however, that I've also said that I feel it's very hard to really encourage students to use techniques that I'm not happy with, I figured that this was the ideal opportunity for you to all encourage me to see the benefits of collaborative? cooperative? mindmapping.
I've put it in MindMeister - & have set the password as moodle - so hopefully you can all have a go at editing it (please do!) - but anyone just finding it can't destroy it too much :)