Collaborative projects involving multiple organisations usually require partners to use tools and plaforms to share resources, tasks and update each other on progress, so which are the best ones?
The Center for Cooperative Media at Montclair State University is compiling a list of platforms and tools for collaboration.
So far the collection includes examples such as Gather, which connects people working in community engagement; Airtable, for editing and making changes in real-time across devices; and Kulectiv, where journalists can find contacts, jobs and equipment.
The list is ongoing so make sure to check back for more resources, and you can also get in touch with the team to add your preferred tools for collaboration.
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