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Description Ask3 is a TechSmith experiment in turning a class of individuals into a high-performing team. Ask3 turns classroom iPads into recordable whiteboards enabling peer-to-peer teaching and collaboration. While anyone can use Ask3, we are seeking input from teachers focused on team-building and student collaboration. Ideal for K-12 teachers & students with iPads. FEATURES* Make your own drawings with the pen tool in multiple color choices* Quickly draw attention with popular symbols (arrows, circles, lines, and more)* Undo/Redo tools make editing easy* Delete comments & videos you no longer need* Dynamic timeline makes it easy to see questions & comments* Use educational photos & pictures from your iPad or take your own photos with the built-in camera* Zoom & pan to add more detail and explain more advanced concepts* Secure classroom app only shares videos & comments within the class ...More What's New in Version 1.8.0 Version 1.8

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