What resources exist for collaborative writing?

Google Docs
For word processing, Google Docs is the most used collaborative platform. Multiple users can work on the platform simultaneously and you can customize group settings and user privileges.

Overleaf allows for multiple users to work in LaTeX. It is free for a single user, but there is a subscription fee to add multiple users. A subscription also allows you to sync with Dropbox and GitHub.

Another free option, HackMD is a great option for working in Markdown. Multiple users can work simultaneously and you can also sync to Dropbox and GitHub to streamline your workflow.

Zotero is a free reference manager. SESYNC can help your group set up a shared library for your project. Google Docs also supports Zotero for creating citations.