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June 27th, 2017, 12:32 PM   #1
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Hi all,

I'm wondering if anyone has leveraged online, real-time whiteboards and video/audio chat to do some collaborative learning online.

Seems to me like we ought to be able to set up small classes where people can meet on a regular basis online, and work through some challenging material.

It may be tough to find someone who is dying to work through the rigorous theory of multivariable calculus with differential forms in your immediate area, but surely there's a few of us on the net, right?

I've been tutoring online recently, and the ease of discussing math using these online whiteboard tools has been surprising. Does anyone leverage this stuff to learn math collaboratively?

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June 27th, 2017, 06:56 PM   #2
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That would be very cool! Unfortunately I'm not a pure maths student and this kind of analysis doesn't interest me much, but it would be nice if I could do this with other people online as well. (The community here is pretty small though, so there may be some difficulty finding people who match your interests...)
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