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Collaboration Online Tools
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– Get opinions of others within minutes.
– Highlight on a webpage to share what’s important with others. You will be given a link to your highlighted version of the original web page.
– It is a simple and free web application that lets you brainstorm online. Your brainstorming chart can be shared, saved as an image, or embedded on a website.
– Create your own flashcards online individually or collaboratively. Students can share the responsibility of making studying flash cards. Images can be added to the cards as well.
– A private social platform built for education. Students and teachers can collaborate in a private, secure environment.
- A safe, project-based learning network that connects classrooms worldwide. Safe email addresses for students.
– Use existing flashcards on the site or create your own for the purpose of studying.
– Create your own jeopardy templates or browse (and use) the templates that have been created by others.
– A 3-ringed-binder for the web. Collect your resources, organize them, and present them for others to use.
– A notice board where you can post photos, notes, small videos, images and audio.
– Mash your ideas and media together with friends in a dynamic whiteboard wiki. Using photos, videos, and other web content you can instantly create brainstorms, presentations.
– ReadWriteThink online tool for creating notes which is saved as an html file that you can revisit, edit and print.
– Shared workspaces where students can collaborate with other students on group projects, wikis, websites, etc. It seems to be much like Google Sites.
– A resource that lets you sample group opinions, provoke group discussions and stimulate debate. It creates a visual league table based on votes gathered across your group. You can create your own online leagues or use our existing ones.
Pro Profs: Brain Games
– Create your own games for practicing the memorization of terms.
– Create screencasts for Twitter, blogs or a Powerpoint presentation (see this
for instructions on how to add to a PPT).
– Collaborate with others on this online bulletin board. Create individual stickies that can be sorted, organized on the virtual page.
– Write short visual stories and share them with others. Printing will be available in the future.
– The largest social online community of like-minded youth who are interested in global issues and creating positive change.
Type with Me
– Work together live on a document. Fast and reliable.
– Create a live, private stream to meet. Ask questions, make comments. This can be used to tailor your presentation based on the feedback to address your audience’s needs.
– It is an online notice board maker that is ideal for making announcements, wishing people, and keeping notes. They can also be used as Post-its.
- Create a collaborative website environment on any topic. Can create a wiki for a class and have the students join and contribute to the writing environment.
– Write it. Save it. Share it.
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Digital Collaboration Ideas
Students as Contributors: The Digital Farm
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