Peer editing in digital and mobile environments

See on Scoop.itMeet Them Where They Are: Using The Student’s Technology To Teach

For years now I have been happily using EtherPad based services like http://primarypad.com/ and http://sync.in/ to get participants on the training courses I deliver to work collaboratively to create and peer edit texts. Increasingly though I’ve been having problems with the reliability of the free services these companies provide and the lack of reliable compatibility with mobile devices.

See on nikpeachey.blogspot.co.uk

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