Collaborative Tools


Miro What It Is Miro is a virtual whiteboard that facilitates collaboration. Individuals can add text or images to the shared space, which can be used for brainstorming, planning, or visualizing projects. Miro helps students and teachers stay connected and engaged, whether they are in the same location at the same time or not. This makes it an

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Coggle What It Is Coggle is a web-based mind-mapping tool that helps users visually organize their ideas and thoughts. It can be used alone or collaboratively in real time to create diagrams, flowcharts, and outlines. Coggle is a popular tool for brainstorming, note-taking, and project management.  How to Access It You can sign up for

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Perusall What It Is Perusall ( is a “social e-reader” that allows students to annotate course material together. It works with PDFs, Word and Excel documents, videos, images, ePub ebooks, and some websites. Perusall was developed by instructors at Harvard who were trying to solve the problem of student engagement with reading. They recognized that

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Flip What It Is Flip is video-based asynchronous discussion tool. It allows teachers to ask a question and have students respond in a video that is under 10 minutes long. Students are also able to respond to one another, creating a video-based discussion threads. You can control the maximum length of your students’ videos. You

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Wakelet What it is Wakelet is a website that lets people post materials collaboratively. It can act like a classroom bulletin board for documents, website, images, text, etc. that students want to share with each other or that you want to share with them. (Wakelet is similar to Padlet and Google Keep, but it is

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