Some students enjoy the interactive nature of group projects, and even learn better in groups, but more introverted or self-sufficient students might be a bit hesitant to learn this way. Canva addresses the needs of both kinds of student, since collaboration can happen in person, virtually, or a combination of both.
Students can create a group of up to 10 members for free, which makes it easier to share designs and folders. They can share as many designs as they want in up to 2 folders within their group, which is ideal for drafting, revising, and collaborating on projects. They can also engage in peer review by liking, commenting on, and editing one another’s work.
Students can then share their projects and designs via Facebook, Twitter, and other social media channels with a single click. If they want others to be able to edit them, they can “share as an editable design.”
Students can collaborate on newsletters, reports, magazines, infographics, presentations, and more.