Google Drive integrates seamlessly with Docs, Sheets, Slides, and all other cloud-native apps that enable your team to collaborate effectively in real time. Create and share content with your team on Day 1, with no need to migrate from existing tools.
Google Drive is an open source tool and free for anyone to use.
For screen reader users, select the "new" Google Drive instead of the classic view. For the best results with a screen reader, or if you are experiencing difficulty with the browser interface, you can download Google Drive on to your desktop.
Source: Google - Accessibility of Google Drive, Office of Information Technology, University of Colorado Boulder
Lino is an online stickies service that offers stickies and canvases to organize notes and brainstorming. Post personal notes, pictures, videos and memos.
Lino is an open source tool and free for anyone to use.
Because of the visual nature of this tool, it is not accessible. It does not provide features that would produce an accessible object in the end either.
Flipgrid is a social learning platform that allows educators to ask a question, then the students respond in a video. Students are then able to respond to one another, creating a “web” of video discussion.
Flipgrid is free for all educators and learners.
There appears to be a concerted effort to make Flipgrid accessible by providing a number of features. However, a number of them have to be turned on.
Source: Flipgrid and Accessibility
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