Nicenet provides a free environment for teachers to create and share links, online discussions, and other things with students. Are teachers and students in your district using Nicenet, and if so, what are your impressions? I have heard that NiceNet is not as robust as Moodle, but do you think it provides a similar experience with similar interactive possiblities?
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