Collaborative documents can be authored and edited by many people, either synchronously or asynchronously. Applications like Google Suite, Office 365, and Box make it easy to share files, give feedback on them, and access them at any time from any location.
Content management systems are web-based applications that you can use to create, organize, and publish just about any type of content as a website. WordPress, Scalar, and Google Sites allow you to share your content with students in a highly readable, mobile-friendly, and interactive format.
Narrated presentations allow you to record audio or video over slides, images, documents, and other media. Applications like Kaltura and VoiceThread also host narrated presentations online, which makes them easier to share.
Podcasts are audio files that are shared online through applications like Kaltura and SoundCloud. Think of them as a form of asynchronous conversation that occurs between you, your students, and even a wider audience.
Quizzes and polls allow you to gather information from students, whether you're checking their knowledge or allowing them to self-assess their mastery of a topic or provide you with feedback. You can create quizzes and polls using Blackboard's built-in features, Google Forms, and several other applications.
Video recording allows you and your students to capture information and ideas and share them online. Applications like Kaltura and YouTube provide options for editing and hosting video once you've recorded it.
Web conferencing is real-time, online communication between two or more people using audio, video, chat, and document sharing. Applications like Google Meet and Zoom allow you to meet with students any time from anywhere.