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Project Development Management

Project Hosting

Organize your classroom projects in a centralized collaborative development environment. Assist with existing open source projects, or start new projects from scratch.

Version Control

Manage changes to documents, programs and other information using version control or source code management systems.

Issue Tracking

Provide feedback during development; manage and maintain lists of issues.

Document Collaboration

Share and update classroom documents collaboratively and in real-time.


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