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Web Doc- Multimedia Conversations Made Easy ⇢

I link to Richard Byrne’s posts a lot, but this one really caught my eye. Web Doc allows users to create mixed media posts (similar to ones we make here on Tumblr!); however, it also lets others reply to posts using mixed media in the comments. This might be an interesting way to have students collaborate and discuss various topics online.

Click through to read Richard Byrne’s description and access a video to see Web Docs in action.


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