Good Collaborative Tools to Help Students with Group Projects

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July 4, 2015
Working on a group project? Or organizing your students for group projects? Here are some tools that can manage the collaboration process for everyone.

1- GroupMap 
Create your own digital graphic organizers easily. Capture student response and give feedback on the group's response. One to try!

2- Slack 
Made by a cofounder of Flickr, this popular team communication tool can be used by groups of any size.

3- GroupMe 
 Host free group chats over your phone using this mobile app.

4- Papaly 
 Store all of the URLs your group is using on this website and share them easily.

5- Digizen 
 Learn how to be a good digital citizen, which can be especially important for young students.

Want more? Check out these shelves of tools.

6- Collaborative Tools 
This is curated by Masters in Teaching & Learning student Cassandra Johnson.
This one is curated by professional development facilitator Joseph Page.

By : Mike Lee, Co-founder of edshelf