Have you been looking for an HTML5 tool that can display PDFs inline (like Scribd.com), show PPT presentations in a browser (like SlideShare or Google Docs Presentations) and allow you to collaboratively annotate a PDF with your learning community (the way Diigo allows with websites)?
The branded version of FlexPaper is released freely via the GPL, or you can license whitelabel technology per domain. There are plugins that add significant functionality, all at a cost. Nonetheless, this appears to be a powerful tool for online document collaboration that I know my university could use to great effect.
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