The Internet has made it easier than ever to collaborate with others both inside and outside of the classroom. From editing a document together to sharing each other's desktops, the possibilities are endless!
Synchronous collaboration between instructors and students.
Collaborate in private on a document, spreadsheet, or presentation!
Use VoiceThread to let students discuss anything anywhere, anytime. Brings together video, audio, and text into one collaborative environment.
Collaborate on a web site!
Hangout allows multiple people from different locations to see and hear each other.
As of fall 2010 we have a limited number of licenses for Echo360 Personal Capture, which allows faculty to use their own computers to capture recordings of both themselves and the screen. A great tool for making learning objects!
del.icio.us or delicious.com
Travel with your web bookmarks!
Students that previously enjoyed collaborating on group PowerPoints might enjoy creating group videos or podcasts just as much. Students may also learn a lot if they workshop the materials they create, from costume designs collaged in Photoshop to interviews for a sociology class. We can help you with the technical end - what exercise would you like to try?
Online video and audio chat.
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