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Collaborating

When collaborating for group assignments and research, mobile apps can be a useful way of connecting and sharing ideas with others from a distance. On this page you will find some examples that may help you collaborate with your peers.

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Other web-based collaboration tools

These web-based collaboration tools are also worth a try and run in the browser on your mobile device or on your computer.

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QikPad
Create a collaborative document with one click. No sign-up, easy sharing, and see character by character updates from members of your group.

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Padlet
Collaborate and share ideas by creating walls for each of your projects and groups. A great, free, online tool.

 

Collaborate on assignments, share ideas

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Trello
A great organisation and collaboration app. Create boards for different projects and invite whoever you like to a particular board. Board members can add cards, assign tasks, make changes, upload attachments and collaborate in real-time. Available on Android, iOS, Windows 8 Tablet, and your web browser.

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Popplet
Allows users invited to a Popplet to brainstorm, create mindmaps, record thoughts, sort ideas, share , collaborate and comment. Available in your web browser and as an iOS app.

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Edmodo
With Edmodo you can communicate and collaborate with others, organise tasks and share resources. Available via your browser as well as Android and iOS apps.

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WordPress
Read, follow and create blog posts and pages. Collaborate and engage with peers through comments and notifications. Versions available for desktop, Android and iOS devices.

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Blogger
Create your own blog with easy to use templates to share your work with your group or with the world. Available through your browser, iOS, and Android devices.

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Skype
Use your Skype account across all of your devices for voice and video calls. Versions available for a wide range of devices: desktop, Windows Phone, Android, iPhone, BlackBerry, iPad, Android tablets, and more.

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My Moodle
Allows access to Moodle pages fro enrolled units (use http://moodle.une.edu.au with your UNE username and password to log in). Available for iOS devices.

NB: The recently released (17/12/13) Moodle Mobile app available for Android and iOS is NOT currently compatible with the version of Moodle running at UNE. Please check with UNE IT in 2014 after they have had a chance to test these apps.

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Pulse
Similar to Flipboard, Pulse is an elegant news reading application that incorporates colorful panning story bars and fills them with content from popular sources. For iPad, iPhone, & Android.

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