Of course, these are just some suggestions: there are hundreds of nice tools that can be used in a project, to enhance students' and teachers' creativity, involvement... and fun!
What's important for me is to always be aware that the use of these tools is not a goal in itself: their use should have an added value in terms of learning, both for students and teachers. That's just my opinion, but I believe that if an activity can be performed exactly the same with any ICT tool or pen & paper, well, pen & paper should be.
When you use - and ask your students to use - a certain tool, that tool should give you something more than simply perform an action: it could be more creativity, opportunity to work in a team, opportunity to overcome shyness, more fun, more choice. So, it's not only which tool you use: it's mostly how.
So, these are the tools I'm going to try out during the workshop. I grouped them according to the different steps of a project (eTwinning and not only). Obviously it's just a hint, in order to give the new eTwinners an idea of the how. Always remembering that, ultimately, this how will be up to the teacher and his class.
1 – Introductions
Bombay TV http://www.grapheine.com/bombaytv/
2 – Collaboration
Google Docs https://docs.google.com/
Google Forms (moduli) http://www.google.com/google-d-s/forms/
3 – Products
4 – from doc to pdf?
Convert on line Free http://convertonlinefree.com/
Doc to Pdf http://www.doc2pdf.net/it/
5 – let's meet here…eTwinning http://www.etwinning.net/
Teacher 2.0 http://teacher20.com/
Classroom 2.0 http://www.classroom20.com/
6 – heavy files?