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Collaborate with Control

Built with educational users in mind, Revizr allows content creators students and teachers to upload documents for collaboration without losing editorial control. Invited collaborators offer suggestions for changes the suggestions appear as hand drawn markup.  Those who do have control
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Built with educational users in mind, Revizr allows content creators - students and teachers - to upload documents for collaboration without losing editorial control. Invited collaborators offer suggestions for changes; the suggestions appear as hand-drawn markup. Those who do have control decide whether or not to use the suggestions. The site has special support for footnotes and similar features. It can be used as a tool for grading papers, peer review, or with research papers that deserve teacher/peer attention several times in the writing process.

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