Alternative Means of Communicating

Online Education: Alternative Means of Communicating

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The success of group work and projects largely depends on in-person communication. Unfortunately it doesn’t always work out that every group member can change their schedule to arrange such a meeting. Below are some alternatives to meeting in person that are great.


You can collaborate with group members either through instant messaging, video calls or voice calls. Sharing files and photos is as easy as email.

Google Hangouts:

With Skype, you can video-chat with up to 10 people. But Google Hangouts allows you to have a video-conference with up to 100 people for free. It is an easy way to get students to collaborate out of the classroom.

Google Drive:

This offers online collaborative tools such as Google Docs, Google Sheets, Google Slides, Google Forms, and Google Drawings.

Google Docs:

All your group members can work on documents together at the same time. The content is automatically saved and can be accessed anytime and anywhere. It is easily shareable, and it’s free.

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