Versatile annotation tool helps users critically connect with content
Pros: Easy to upload and share files; promotes collaboration and a paperless classroom.
Cons: Some features are awkward to use and will require practice; limited use on mobile devices, and the free version may frustrate some.
Bottom Line: Kami is an effective way to promote student interaction with texts, authentic documents, and pictures.
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