Streamline the process of sharing files between teachers and students
Web-based collaborative platform
Collaborative application with video, chat, and file sharing
Collaborative whiteboard designed for pen and touch
Online central document depository for storing, editing, and sharing documents
Suggested Use: Use to collaboratively edit documents for instruction.
Tips: Costs $1.75 per 50 MB/month.
Visual discovery tool that allows you to "pin" or visually bookmark web pages
Suggested Use: Pinterest can be used to pin websites, images, and resources related to library instruction to store for yourself and share with fellow librarians.
Tips: Create different boards based on themes or topics to help organize your pins.
Microsoft's online storage.
Suggested Use: This is a place to keep files and photos to access from any device, even offline.
Tips: Free storage through the University of Missouri.
Online storage which allows users to name drafts and collaborate in time without downloading
Suggested Use: Create and share documents to be edited by a group in time or to keep track of changes made between drafts. It also has a type with your voice feature.
Tips: The first 15 GB of storage are free with a Google account.
Dropbox features storage of up to 3 TB (3,072 GB) and version history and file recovery for up to 120 days
Suggested Use: Use for storing a large volume of documents.
Tips: The first 30 days are free, but users pay $12.50/mo for future access.
Online collaborative task manager with easy-to-use features
Enter data and lists to keep track of your projects
Detailed planner for personal projects. You can share your plan with your team
Plan, schedule, track, and report on your projects
Online project manager with simple features and easy to use. Share different boards with teammates, and invite your colleagues by email
To do lists to organize, plan, and collaborate on tasks and projects