Collaborative relationships among families and educators can benefit children, families, and schools. However, barriers to developing and sustaining a collaborative relationship often constrain benefits. Technology can facilitate collaborative relationships by minimizing many structural barriers, such as time and schedule limitations. Videoconferencing and other web-based processes can facilitate meetings conducted when individuals are in different locations. In addition, technologies can serve as a mechanism to building parenting skills and home-to-school planning. Implications for school psychology as well as future directions for this line of rapidly developing work are discussed.