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10 Cool Back-To-School Tech Tools

College students tote a ton of technology when they head off to school. Here are 10 more gadgets and apps worth throwing in the backpack.
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Join.me is a one-click screen-sharing service from LogMeIn designed for group collaboration from any computer or mobile device -- iPhone, iPad or Android. Join.me lets users share their screen with as many as 10 people. Join.me will be useful for students working on group projects, as well as for faculty who want to incorporate distance learning into their curriculum. Join.me is free and includes Internet calling, share control and chat. Join.me Pro adds features such as recording.

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OtherJimDonahue
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8/21/2013 | 9:28:21 PM
re: 10 Cool Back-To-School Tech Tools
My parents sent me to college with an abacus and a quill pen
Alex Kane Rudansky
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8/21/2013 | 8:53:50 PM
re: 10 Cool Back-To-School Tech Tools
Podio sounds a lot like Lore.com, a similar platform used for education.
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8/21/2013 | 5:50:09 PM
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It indicates that join.me is free, but their website indicates otherwise. Did I miss something?
Deb Donston-Miller
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8/20/2013 | 10:49:06 PM
re: 10 Cool Back-To-School Tech Tools
I wish that all of these things had been around when I was in college. I don't want to date myself by naming the IT available to me at the time. (Let's just say I needed corrective ribbon.) How have things changed since you've been in college?

Deb Donston-Miller
Contributing Editor, InformationWeek
Lorna Garey
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8/20/2013 | 7:08:52 PM
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Never mind back to school, I want some of these for myself ...
David F. Carr
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8/20/2013 | 3:44:39 PM
re: 10 Cool Back-To-School Tech Tools
Podio student edition has apparently been around for years, but as far as I can tell instructors who wanted to use it in a course would still be bound by terms that apply to business users.

Announcement from 2011
http://blog.podio.com/2011/11/...
David F. Carr
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8/20/2013 | 3:10:00 PM
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I had no idea Podio had a free edition for students. Usually, their free accounts are limited to 5 users (plus "guest users"). Does that apply here?
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