Unit 2: Assignment 3

Tool Inventory    
1. Task 2. Tools 3. Reason
You have to lead an online presentation on the contents of your history term paper. Google Slides/Adobe Spark Google slides is free and easy to use. Adobe Spark allows for creative space. Google Slides has easy visibility to anyone who wants a link to the slides.
The final exam for your economics course is coming up, and you need to collect all of your (and hopefully your classmates’) online resources for a study guide. Google Drive/Skype Google Drive allows anyone with a shared link to help edit the study guide. There will be more minds collectively working on it. Skype is available for most window machines and useable for Mac machines also.
You need to create an interactive tour of Berlin as an assignment for your study abroad program. Google Earth/YouVisit Google Earth is a simple and free to use program that anyone with internet can access and makes virtual tours easy to create. YouVisit also does a great job of Interactive virtual tours that even give detailed information of locations.  
You and a group of your classmates have been asked to do a collaborative research project on how Facebook has affected the social habits of young adults. Slack/GroupMe  Slack provides people with easy online interaction with collaborative projects. Slack is also a free tool for students. GroupMe is widely used by most students so it is familiar and simple to use.

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