Digital tools that enable learners to plan their own learning and keep their notes in an organised place. Use digital technologies to create a digital workspace where learners can not only organise their tasks but also use it like a virtual desk where they can put their work material, plans, ideas, etc.
Some parts of the virtual desk can be private, others public – it is simply a virtual place where knowledge and experiences can be shared in a digital way.
Notion.so: includes following templates: Meeting notes / To-dos / Weekly agenda / Docs / Roadmap / Design system / Employee onboarding / Product wiki / Content calendar
- works like a website where you collect and share content. Notes are called “pages”.
- offers the possibility to organise dates.
- records and reviews decision-making processes.
- is an “all-in-one workspace”.
- offers the possibility to create Wikis for your project/organisation.
- offers a public workspace and a private working area.
Trello: is a web programme that functions according to a card index system in which individual tasks can be created and processed one after the other. You can create different boards (projects) and add a series of cards. Each card represents a topic that you and your team need to work on. Add comments or create new cards to organize your work. – https://trello.com
Evernote: Software and web application that supports collecting, organising and finding notes, documents and photos in various formats. – https://evernote.com/intl/de/
Slack: brings people, to-dos, data and documents together in one virtual place. It is a collaboration platform that helps you to organise your work and to stay connected with people. – https://slack.com/intl/de-at/
Toggle: Helps you to plan and organise your to-dos. – https://toggl.com/plan/index