3 Questions

Mobile Collaboration OER

Instructions

Please post an answer to each of the following three questions. For each question, a sentence or two will be sufficient. Before pressing “Publish,” please make sure you have the correct category chosen for your post.

Please note: to ensure that your credits are awarded appropriately, it is vital that don’t make any “test posts” and that you answer the questions in numerical order (1, 2, 3). Click here to see the reason.

Question 1

What positively excites you the most about the future of mobile collaboration?

To earn the Q1 Credit plus 300 points, please create a response post to answer Question 1. One or two sentences will be sufficient. Please be sure to use the “Q1” category so your response post can be read and enjoyed by others.

To see all the responses to Question 1, click here.

(Category: Q1)

Question 2

What concerns you the most about the future of mobile collaboration?

To earn the Q2 Credit plus 400 points, please create a response post to answer Question 2. One or two sentences will be sufficient. Please be sure to use the “Q2” category so your response post can be read and enjoyed by others.

To see all the responses to Question 2, click here.

(Category: Q2)

Question 3

Please make a prediction on how mobile collaboration might work 20, 50, or 100+ years from now.

To earn the Q3 Credit plus 500 points and the Top Responder BONUS, please create a response post to answer Question 3. Please be sure to use the “Q3” category so your response post can be read and enjoyed by others.

To see all the responses to Question 3, click here.

(Category: Q3)

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2 Comments

  1. jenh

    The ability to work anywhere, any time with anyone across the world is a very exciting aspect of mobile collaboration.

    Reply
  2. Leahbio

    Q1 Category: I’m most excited about the ability to collaborate across schools, districts and boards if students and districts are on board with using the same collaborative tools and devices. The ability to collaborate nationally and globally is a wonderful aspect of mobility!

    Reply

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