Overview

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Welcome to the e-learning tutorial on collaborating and sharing resources online. This tutorial will review two tools that are available for little or no cost. They are easy to use and provide ways to share information via the web. The tools we will review today are: Google Apps (including Docs, Sites, and Groups), and ZohoWiki. Each has slightly different features, but each can help you harness the power of the web to collaborate and increase efficiency in your organization.

This tutorial will explore two tools for collaborating and sharing resources online.

This tutorial will give you a basic overview of two tools for collaborating and sharing resources online: Google Apps (including Docs, Groups, and Sites) and Zoho Wiki. Each offers its own advantages and disadvantages, but they each can help you use the web to share information and collaborate online.

Sharing information online can increase your efficiency.

These web-based platforms offer streamlined solutions for managing, sorting, and sharing information across your entire organization. They provide viable alternatives to “offline” resource-sharing, which too often includes digging through papers, old emails, or photocopied notes. The web eliminates the clutter and creates a centralized place to share resources and ideas.