Our latest #icollab project explores the use of interactive Google Maps for augmenting global collaboration with mobile social media. This project aims to create a collaborative Google Map linking student projects hosted on the web with their original context via geolocation and mobile augmented reality via exporting this data as a KML file and creating a Wikitude world from it. With Google Maps, creating a collaborative interactive Map is as easy as coediting a Google Doc. This data can then also be viewed within Google Earth and further edited. As your Google Maps and data is saved to your Google account, any of your maps will automatically be synchronised to Google Earth on any device you login. The second step is then creating a mobile augmented reality world using Wikitude. Wikitude is an augmented reality mobile smartphone browser. With Wikitude anyone can use the Wikitude engine to develop and publish their own content that is searchable via the mobile App. This is a simple process that can be achieved by creating your interactive content as Google Maps Points Of Interest (POIs), and then exporting this data as a KML file (which is editable via any simple text editor if you wish), and then creating a Wikitude world by uploading this KML file to the Wikitude server. See the links below for overviews and links on how to do this.