Collaborating is often listed as a key 21st century skill, among communicating and critical thinking (Binkley et al, 2012; Suto, 2013). Research further points out that collaborative documents and apps may be an untapped asset for vocational teaching and learning (Schwendemann et al, 2018). These apps also support learning anywhere, anytime, from any device, improving access and learning perseverance among learners (Hwang & Chang, 2011).
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