If anyone is interested in watching this project unfold, we are currently using a wiki to collaborate. You can look, but you can't touch (unless you have one of the double-super-secret password-encryption rings that my class and I forged during the last new moon). This isn't the most robust wiki platform in the world (no history of documents, for example) but it seems to get the job done.


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  1. I don't know if the University has a copy of Microsoft SharePoint in-house, but if they do I'd look into getting a SharePoint account. It is an extremely simple CMS/project dashboard. It provides tools such as announcements, events, document librarys with version history, comment boards, contact lists, etc..... We're using SharePoint at work as a "lite" CMS for our individual teams.

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