Collaborative Web-based Writing and Editing

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Collaborative Web-based Writing and Editing

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  • 1. Collaborative Web-based Word Processing &Online Conferencing Environments Real-time Online Collaboration forImproved Instructor Feedback and Mentoring

2. Rationale

  • Feedback is good
  • Co-writing is better
  • Co-presence is best

3. Systems

  • Integrated
    • All necessary features included
  • Ad hoc
    • Necessary features assembled

4. Buzzword + Connect

  • Buzzword
    • Now, Acrobat.coms online word processor
    • Synchronous editing
  • ConnectNow
    • Acrobat.coms online version of Adobe Connect
      • Free version max 3 participants
    • Complete online conferencing system
      • Text, audio, & video chat
      • File sharing, screen sharing,& whiteboard
      • https://connectnow.acrobat.com/danielcraig

5. Twiddla

  • Whiteboard
    • Annotations: text, drawing, shapes
    • Mark
      • Blank pages, Documents, Web pages, Images, etc
  • Text Chat
  • Audio Chat
  • http://www.twiddla.com/147499

6. Any WP + Skype

  • Skype ( http://www.skype.com )
    • Worlds most popular VoIP service.
      • Most Chat clients provide similar computer to computer services: MSN Messenger, Gtalk, Yahoo! Messenger, AOL Messenger, and so forth.
      • Potential for screen sharing, file sharing, and other uses with available add-ons.
  • Any online word processing-type applications
    • Word Processors:Google Docs, Buzzword
    • Wikis: Wet Paint, Wikispaces
    • Blogs: Blogger, WordPress

7. Google Wave

  • http://wave.google.com
  • Synchronous, interactive environment
  • Still in its infancy
  • Power is in the platform and applications
  • This example is synchronous writing/editing and with an added videoconferencing application.

8. The End

  • Thank you
  • for stopping by!
  • Any Questions?
  • Name: Daniel Craig
  • Email:[email_address]
  • Web:http://www.danielcraig.com