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Collaborative on-line note-taking tool?
October 2, 2012 11:32 AM   Subscribe

Please recommend an on-line collaborative note-taking site to encourage a conference audience to creatively respond to presentations.

I'm looking for a way for a group of people watching a web-cast to collaboratively take notes. Ideally, it would be a sort of combination of linear note-taking, chat, and mind-mapping. It's a day-long event, so we're not talking about just a few notes.

Is there anything out there that comes close? It should be trivially easy to access (i.e., just having the link should get you in). Free is best, but if I need to drop a little cash to get something good, that's OK.

[This is the closest previous question I've seen, and I'm looking into ConceptBoard--pros/cons are welcomed.]
posted by Mngo to Technology (1 answer total) 4 users marked this as a favorite
 
Hi,

at some conferences that I've been, some versions of http://piratepad.net/ has been used, it has collaborative notetaking and chat (but no mindmappint)

A similiar service from the Open Knowledge Foundation
http://okfnpad.org
posted by ironicon at 12:13 PM on October 2, 2012


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