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Push my thinking

What is the most robust, flexible and user-friendly collaborative platform you have worked with?

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darasclass

Awesome!

I love all of your ideas! As a teacher I would gladly pay dolla, dolla bills to have access to this. I have a .ning now but it's so messy. I love the ideas about incorporating audio and managing groups especially.

Envisioning a More Robust Collaborative Platform

Problem of practice

Creatively integrating technology into learning experiences to engage and motivate students and how it can be pushed to the next level.

Solution

Design and implement a new discussion platform that incorporates other forms of media (video, images, chat) into the discussion thread.

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