Management education is undergoing significant transformations. Many business schools have started the process of redesigning curriculums and instructional methods at both undergraduate and graduate levels. Many educational reengineering efforts are supported by the use of Web-based technologies. This paper describes some preliminary results of using Lotus Domino server technology and Lotus Domino discussion databases to support a problem-based collaborative learning program. The purpose of the paper is to share our experience with other universities that are interested in using web-based groupware technology as a tool to augment students’ learning. It also serves as a starting point for further investigating the impact of web- based groupware technology on computer-mediated collaborative learning.