Textual interaction (asynchronous)

Textual interaction (asynchronous) is one of the Asynchronous Computer Mediated Communications (ACMC). ACMC support the collaborative discussion and critique of sharable representations over time and anywhere in space among participants using audio, video, textual and graphical annotations on a digitised resource, without a synchronous interaction.

In particular, the term ‘textual interaction (asynchronous)’ refers to the process of sharing ideas and working collaboratively by using and editing text, for example using an online bulletin board or document store, at the collaborators' convenience.

Related methods include: Audio Interaction (Asynchronous), Resource sharing, Graphical Interaction (Asynchronous) and Video-based Interaction (Asynchronous).

tool: Google Docs

Google Docs is a free, web-based service provided by Google for word processing and the creation of spreadsheets, presentations, forms and drawings. The cloud-computing application allows users to create, edit, upload, share and store data online in a variety of file formats similar to any office suite.
Methods relating to this toolCategory
Collaborative publishingData publishing and dissemination
Manual input and transcriptionData capture
Textual interaction (asynchronous)Communication and collaboration
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Alternate tool(s):

Buzzword, Zoho, ThinkFree

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