An online course offered at Georgia Tech got off to a bad start, and soon thereafter had to be cancelled. Ironically, the course was entitled: “Fundamentals of Online Education: Planning and Application.”
The instructor "…tried to use Google Docs to help the course’s 40,000 enrolled students to organize themselves into groups. But that method soon became derailed when various authors began editing the documents."
Do you know how she could have better deployed those Google Docs? Discuss it below.
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