Digital collaboration is one of the most important skills students need for success in the workplace, and Samsung has partnered with SMART Technologies to create a new solution that will help students develop this critical skill.

Samsung was among the first companies to offer Chromebooks for schools, and now has paired its new Chromebook 3 device with SMART amp software to provide a shared workspace for digital collaboration and project-based learning. Within this collaborative workspace, participants can create and add media, notes and other elements for group projects.

To work in an environment that’s “highly global, virtual and organized in a network of teams,” students must be able to work well with others and collaborate digitally, explains Shari Sentlowitz, senior manager of education solutions for Samsung.

Watch this video from the 2016 ISTE conference to learn from Samsung and SMART how this solution can support digital collaboration and project-based learning among students.

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