This page is a follow-up on Online Collaborative Writing: Introduction and focuses on how digital aids can be used to support collaborative writing. Once you have completed the assignments on this page, you will have reached the following learning objectives:
- You know which digital aids can be used to support collaborative writing
- You can argue which digital aid would be best for collaborative writing at HU
- You can use the digital aid that you think would work best for our students
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Which of these logos do you recognise? Try the quiz below!
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There are four main digital aids that can be used for online collaborative writing. These tools have been selected based on quality and privacy, and only free tools have been selected. Click here to go to the database to learn more about the tools that can be used for collaborative writing and to see examples of assignments that could be given using these tools. You can also review the database below:
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Have you studied the database and read about the different tools for collaborative writing? Try the Quizlet below to test your knowledge!
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Imagine that in a course, students will have to write an expository essay collaboratively. Which tools would you use for that and why? Take the following steps:
- Open a document in the digital aid of your choice.
- Add me as a contributor to the document (only possible in the paid course).
- Explain why you chose this tool (think about privacy, easy to use, easily accessible for students).
- Write a brief instruction for students on how to use the aid for collaborative writing. You may use material from the database/this course.
- Download the document and upload it to the assignment tab (only available in the paid course).