June 17, 2015:
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the WebQuest model. Watch this space for announcements of some new resources coming later this summer!
October 22, 2008:
WebQuests and Web 2.0? This webinar conducted by the Discovery Education Network features a discussion about how blogs and wikis fit into the WebQuest model. You can view the archive here.
August 9, 2007:
QuestGarden received the MERLOT Teacher Education Classics Award at the organization's international conference in New Orleans.
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There's lots to say about WebQuests, and several places to say it. This list contains links to places where WebQuest enthusiasts pose questions and provide answers to each other about the model.
The dlalog goes two ways again now that the WebQuest Dialog site is up. Replacing the old phpBB forum and the WebQuest News blog, the Ning is where you can ask questions, announce your great new WebQuest or workshop, or add to the discussion about refining the WebQuest model. Join us!
This phpBB site hosts threaded discussions in several topic areas including WebQuests created in languages other than English, WebQuest research, and new WebQuests ready for feedback. Due to an ongoing assault by spammers, the forum was closed to new members a year ago but the existing discussions contain valuable information. You can find the forum here.
This moderated list has over 700 members and has been online since 1999. You can read past conversations and join the list here.
Here are some of recent postings to the list:
Tapped In is an online learning community of over 10,000 teachers. Almost every night of the week there are hosted chats on various educational topics. Chats about WebQuests have taken place there for many years and will resume again this Fall. You can join Tapped In and be ready to enter the conversation. You can see a slide presentation about Tapped In here.
Transcripts of Tapped In chats about WebQuests going back to 2003 can be found here.