Google Docs and Word Online – The best apps for Collaborative online file sharing and document editing. These apps allow you to access, edit, share, store & sync your files across all your devices. Collaborate with other people and edit the same document together in real time.
Wunderlist, Trello and Asana – These apps will help you track tasks, keep a running list of your to-dos and tell you just when you need to do them. They also help you to delegate tasks and check in on the team’s progress. Plus offer a central location to share comments, message the whole team, share and jointly work on files and more.
The best apps for Team Communication, which include Slack (and it’s benefits with centralising communication during project work), WhatsApp (a really quick and easy tool for group communication that doesn’t have to be confined for use on just your mobile, as it works especially well on your PC browser), and Google Hangouts (for face to face online communication similar to Skype but with the ability to group chat with up to 10 participants for free).
How to use Padlet, Thinglink and Skitch to create shareable digital content. Use them as a visually exciting way for students to access a topic, or for students to collate or even co-create online content and share it easily with others. These apps can really enrich learning when used alongside other activities.
This article covers how to use Evernote to capture ideas whenever and wherever, and includes examples of what you may want to save. Plus how to access synced notes on any device, create to-do lists, share content, tips for filing and lots more..