Digital Collaboration in the Classroom

Today there are a lot of options for working on collaborative web-based documents and websites as a group or class, from GitHub and Jekyll to wikis, flat-file frameworks, and more. I’d like to propose a session/workshop where we explore many of these tools both from a nuts and bolts perspective of how they’re used and also the pros/cons of various approaches. We’ll look at software and resources available via Reclaim Hosting to build on your own domain, as well as free third-party options like StackEdit and Gitbook.

Categories: Collaboration, Session Proposals, Session: Teach |

About Tim Owens

Former Instructional Technology Specialist at the University of Mary Washington, I now run a web hosting company called Reclaim Hosting.