Allow learners to work with others via email, discussion forums, or chats.
Collaborative Tools allow learners to work with others synchronously or asynchronously via email, threaded discussions, or chat. In some cases, collaboration is used to create an opportunity for team-based projects. Collaborative tools can sometimes provide the ability to host moderated discussion groups, where students and instructors can collaborate on course-related materials or assignments in an asynchronous environment. In addition, real-time synchronous chat allows learners to communicate with their peers and instructors, emulating a physical classroom setting.
Tools like discussion forums, dynamic workspaces, and message boards that are provided within the BPM suite framework and are designed to remove intra- and inter-departmental communication barriers.
tools such as groupware that enable both structured and free-flow sharing of knowledge and best practices. An example is Lotus Notes. ()
include tools such as groupware that facilitate both structured and free-flo w sharing of knowledge and best practices.
collaborative tools allow learners to work with others via e-mail, threaded discussions, or chat.