Web 2.0 technologies have been wildly used in pedagogical design. It is eminent to adopt a new way of teaching and learning in the higher education environment. This paper advocate that “Sharing” is the essence of this new paradigm shift. We borrow from the Community of Learning theory and try to argue that content sharing within the faculty members, between faculty members and students, and among students are one important element to deliver high quality education. We also use our experience of designing an undergraduate MIS course to share a few techniques of using Web 2.0 technology in the classroom, virtual or on the ground.



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