Manage Group Projects and Study Groups Using GroupTable

GroupTable is a web-based software and success network developed specifically to help student groups improve document management, project planning and communication. It encourages you to bring all of your existing groups online and connect with current classmates to form new ones. It’s help you learn and interact with others the most efficient way possible to achieve your goals.

Using GroupTable your group will be able to take advantage of tools such as group to-do lists, online file storage, private group chats, discussion boards and more. These tools will help your groups stay organized and on track, as well as save you time.

Manage groups efficiently

[advt]GroupTable allows you to manage all of your group projects, study groups and student organizations easily from one central location. At a glance you can see all the recent updates for each of your groups including new files uploads, topic posts, tasks, upcoming events & more.

Easily Store and Share Documents

Each individual and group on GroupTable has their own binder, an online storage unit that allows them to organize, store and share word documents, presentations, spread sheets and more.

Assign tasks & keep track of events

GroupTable is a great way to plan your group projects and keep track of upcoming group events. Having a list of all upcoming group events, as well as the ability to assign tasks to each group member increases accountability and keeps everyone on track.

Improve your groups communication

Good communication is a key for a successful group to function. GroupTable provides groups with their own private chat rooms and discussion boards. This way your group can meet conveniently online in real time, or each member can contribute to group discussions at a time convenient for them.

Connect with other students in your class

GroupTable allows you to browse for other students and groups that are associated with each of your classes. This way you can easily connect with your classmates to ask questions, or join study groups for learning support.




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