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100 Tools for Collaboration, part 3

Page history last edited by Carol Peterson 10 years, 5 months ago

"If you have an apple and I have an apple and we exchange these apples then you and I will still each have one apple. But if you have an idea and I have an idea and we exchange these ideas, then each of us will have two ideas." George Bernard Shaw

 

Collaboration tools let you create, edit, share, discuss, engage, communicate and collaborate with others in a meaningful way that help us learn from each other. Here comes the third part of the series to facilitate web based collaboration. Let's work 2gether!!

 

Prezi is a unique way to create presentations without any slides but zooming sketches on a blank canvas. You can create your own group, collaborate on ideas and create your prezi presentation together. You realize that powerpoint is dead after using this tool, rest is your imagination.

 

Woices is an interesting tool to share and share echos that are linked to specific geographical location or real life objects.

 

Protonotes are notes that you add to your prototype to discuss, and collaborate on prototype, it's more like a discussion board wiki.

 

Twiddla allows you to mark websites, graphics and photos or you can use a blank canvas to brainstorm. You don't need to download or use any plug-ins.

 

Dimdim is a tool to use to host or attend online meetings, webinars. You can give presentations, share web pages, voice, video; you can record your own voice without installing anything. Mikogo is also a similar tool.

 

With Metanotes, you can create sticky notes on an online board and collaborate with friends.

 

Useapollo is an online image proofing for documents, graphics, pictures, web design, maps and etc. You can see all the documents that your team is working on together.

 

With CubeTree, you can create wikis, blogs, profiles, feeds for your groups.

 

 

Board800 is a multi user shared interactive whiteboard with simultaneous access and drawing capabilities. It lets you add as many as you want. Users can use each page independently, and each user can see the changes on each page.

 

EditGrid is an online spreadsheet. You can share spreadsheet to other users, multiple users can edit at the same time, you can also embed charts and tables.

 

Drop.io is a simple and real time sharing and collaboration tool that lets you share text, video and audio. You can also create online collaborative presentation and record your voice.

 

Shwp is an online place where you can share your photos and video with people you've chosen. You can invite your friends and collaborate with them by uploading videos and pictures.

 

TypeWithMe is collaborative text synchronized as you type, it means that others whom you are sharing the page can see what you are writing at the same time.

 

Thinklinker is a site that lets you create outlines in your web browser.  You can have real time collaboration, share outlines. You can also use chat while collaborating.

 

FlockDraw is a real time collaborative drawing tool. You can start painting your masterpieces here!

 

Twiducate is a social networking tool for schools. You create an online community for your classroom and start sharing ideas, discussing, posting questions, creating surveys and keeping the parent in the loop.

 

PrimaryPad is another collaborative tool for schools. It's a web based processor to collaborate with students in real time.

 

Flashmeeting is a tool to meet people from anywhere around the world. You book a meeting time and assign a password. You share it with other that you want to collaborate and voila - here starts collaboration.

 

Posted by Tech Learning Blog Staff at 03/18/2010 05:13:47 PM 

 

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