This presentation will discuss the use of the Integrated Data Viewer (IDV) in combination with a Repository for Archiving, Managing and Accessing Diverse DAta (RAMADDA) server, for enhancing the educational experience provided through case studies by lowering the barriers for interactive collaboration across a variety of disparate datasets. RAMADDA is a freely available, open-source content and data repository for the sciences. In addition to managing all types of digital content - documents, photos, wikis, data, maps, etc. - it easily serves as a collaborative hub for students to discuss and exchange case study analyses, ideas, and new datasets, as well as compose interactive group project reports 'in the cloud'. The combination of the IDV's robust cross-platform analysis capabilities with RAMADDA's remote access and publishing features allows students to create and share scientific content over any network connection, from any location, on their own computers.