As you most likely know, there has been a renaissance in collaboration tools. Below we would like to develop reviews of tools by students and their instructors. To get the conversation started, below we have pasted in some obvious candidates. But down the line we’d like to develop more thoughtful reviews of collaboration tools. Please see Contribute if you can help with this.
“With Google Docs, you can write, edit, and collaborate wherever you are. For Free.”
“Etherpad allows you to edit documents collaboratively in real-time, much like a live multi-player editor that runs in your browser. Write articles, press releases, to-do lists, etc. together with your friends, fellow students or colleagues, all working on the same document at the same time.”
All in one workspace. Works with large companies with thousands of to small startups with a handful of employees. Is free to students with an .edu account.
“Teamwork in Slack happens in channels — a single place for messaging, tools and files — helping everyone save time and collaborate together.”