Student to Student
Discussion Boards: Students can post ideas or collaborate on subjects, using the rich text editor to record audio and video, or embed external media.
Surveys: Students can be given permission to create surveys and analyze results.
Course Group Folders: Groups can have their own course folders to add resources, or communicate through discussion boards, chat and video conferencing.
Peer Assessments: Teachers can allow students to create tests and assignments, and analyze results. Peer assessments change the role and status of the student from passive learner to active learner and assessor, and involve students in critical reflection.
Bulletin Comments: When a teacher creates a bulletin, students can be given the option to comment, encouraging student voice as a stream of comments.
Outside of courses:
ePortfolios: Students can self-reflect on learning through ePortfolios, and comment on others’ work.
Blogs: Students can create blogs and comment on others’ posts.
Communities: Students can create communities and invite others to join so they can collaborate on projects, special interests, study groups or clubs.
Messaging: Students can send and receive messages to other students.