Collaborate through Crocodoc

As I have said before, we live in the age of collaboration. Teaching students how to collaborate with one another is an important skill they need to master. UDL emphasizes using collaboration techniques to enhance learning. In the past, I have made posts about Google docs and other sites used to collaborate, but one of the best sites that I have seen is called Crocodoc.

It is quite simple. You just need to upload a Word Document, PDF, or even a picture to the site. Once you have uploaded the document, you can share. Simply click "Share" and you will be given a unique link that you can share on your website, through an email, or IM. Once everyone has the link, it's time to collaborate! This could be a great way to work as partners or peer edit a document.

See how it works on "What to Do in Just a Few": 


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