5 Great Sites for Student Collaboration The education technology revolution has been fantastic in helping teachers get closer to students and communicate with them better, but another commonly overlooked benefit has been its ability to get students collaborating successfully and productively with one another. Check out these great tools for electronic student collaboration… 1. Debate Graph
Grockit Answers is just-in-time Q&A for video lectures. In Grockit Answers, interactions happen around video lectures, and participants ask and answer questions about specific points in the lecture. Since every question is attached to a specific point in time in the video, Grockit Answers displays a question and its answers at the point in the lecture that they are most relevant. And since the things that confuse you are likely to be the same things that confuse others, you'll find that answers to your own questions pop up on the screen just as you're starting to get confused.
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We've transitioned all of our meetings over to Meetings.io! I haven't encountered a video conference software more reliable and simple use than Meetings.io. It literally takes seconds to get everyone in a meeting. Cindy Wu - Co-Founder of Microryza Meetings.io makes it easy to set up and run meetings by delivering a simple, intuitive, and open platform. Behzod Sirjani - Microsoft Research
Why? Task lists & sticky notes are not enough. And traditional project management tools are too much. UPDATE: We're moving out of beta!