The Webquest, developed by Bernie Dodge and Tom Marsh, turns 10 this year. The first model was developed in early 1995. In this morning’s session with Bernie Dodge, Dr. Dodge listed several reasons why teachers either don’t create webquests, or don’t maintain and/or use the materials once created. His solution is the creation of an online authoring environment called QuestGarden. The new online tool is in beta-testing right now, and will be made available to the public September 1 as a link from the main Webquest site. It will feature the ability to import webquests, export to standard editors, will have online WYSIWYG editing, and tons of help and templates. It will be free for the first year, but a charge of $20 for a two-year subscription will be implemented after the inaugural year.