Tech Recipe: How to use TitanPad groups

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I have mentioned using TitanPad a number of times on this blog and I so I decided to create a screencast on how to use TitanPad groups. The video covers the creation of groups, the creation and use of pads, and how to manage those pads (15 minutes). For those wanting a alternative to Google Docs for your students without having to have them register, TitanPad is an excellent (free) option.

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