Online Student Collaboration Tools

Student collaboration in and out of the classroom is an important part of learning, and can happen in a similar way online. Collaboration with one another daily to study or work in groups for course work is easily achieved from off campus. Students can collaborate using various online collaboration tools, listed below. 


Zoom Video Communication

Zoom is a videoconferencing application you can use on your computer, phone, or tablet to communicate with others in your class or attend virtual lectures.



Box is an unlimited file storage and sharing application for the UNH community. Additionally, Box provides a built-in note taking app that makes it simple to collaborate with peers, work on projects, and share updates.


Microsoft Teams 

Microsoft Teams is a chat based workspace where students are able to keep an on-going chat with groups and collaborate on documents.


Where to get Assistance

If you have any questions regarding your course or course tools, please call (603) 862-4242 Monday through Friday between 7:30 am to 5:00 pm, or submit an online support request.

The Support Center offers Remote Support for Academic Software, or contact the ET&S Help Desk team on your local campus.

Online documentation for myCourses or any other UNH supported technologies are found in the UNH Information Technology Knowledge Base. 



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