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A Student’s Guide to Collaborative Writing Technologies

Barton, Matt and Karl Klint
Series Edition: 
Vol. 2

Collaboration is a vital part of learning; indeed, it’s a vital part of most professional careers, but many students struggle with group projects because the process can be chaotic and the results unpleasant.  With this chapter, you can help students explore a variety of free, easy-to-use online tools that will greatly streamline their group work, such as: Twitter, Google Docs, mind maps, and more!  This chapter includes information on how tech savvy students use these tools to communicate and create, with none of the stress or hassle of conventional group work.  


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