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Online Collaboration Software for Remote and Virtual Teams

Collaborize Classroom | Online Education Technology for Teachers and Students The world's #1 product roadmap software | Aha! 8 Essential Online Tools For Getting More Work Done When I joined Buffer, one of the things I was most excited about was seeing how we can get a lot done with a distributed team. I knew that Buffer was specifically set up to work this way and I was curious about seeing that play out. It turns out, this is possible mostly because of the great tools we use. We’re continually testing and adding new ones to our arsenal to make sure we’re all on the same page and are looking after our customers as best we can. Here are some of the products and services we use every day to help us stay connected and get things done. Trello: organizing the flow of work Trello is a productivity tool that uses cards and lists to keep you organized. Trello is a great way to visually manage your workflow, and collaborate with others to keep track of what’s getting done. We use Trello to manage the workflow in almost every area --for example, we have Trello boards for our engineering team and our support team. Buffer: sharing content on social media

6 Uses for Evernote in the Classroom This is a guest post from Greg Kulowiec at, an advertiser on this blog. Evernote is a helpful productivity tool when used effectively on iPad and can play a significant role in a 1:1 iPad classroom. Whether being used in a Math, English, Foreign Language or Art class, by combining the capacity to type, insert images, annotate, and record audio, students can integrate their iPad with Evernote in a number of unique ways. Below are six approaches to using Evernote in the classroom to improve organization, promote reflection, and help students capture their process and thinking. Math Class: Students can use a combination of dry erase boards and paper to complete work in class. Periodically (during or at the end of the class) students can snap pictures of their work to drop into their Evernote math notebook. Teachers could also integrate their iPad and Evernote into their daily process by snapping pictures of the chalk or dry erase board as well as student work.

iMacros pour Firefox The 20 best tools for data visualization | Design tools It's often said that data is the new world currency, and the web is the exchange bureau through which it's traded. As consumers, we're positively swimming in data; it's everywhere from labels on food packaging design to World Health Organisation reports. As a result, for the designer it's becoming increasingly difficult to present data in a way that stands out from the mass of competing data streams. Get Adobe Creative Cloud One of the best ways to get your message across is to use a visualization to quickly draw attention to the key messages, and by presenting data visually it's also possible to uncover surprising patterns and observations that wouldn't be apparent from looking at stats alone. As author, data journalist and information designer David McCandless said in his TED talk: "By visualizing information, we turn it into a landscape that you can explore with your eyes, a sort of information map. There are many different ways of telling a story, but everything starts with an idea.

Collaboration Tools | 15 Free Online Collaboration Tools | Collaborative Learning We rarely learn in isolation. The vast majority of our learning is social, and whether we are aware of it or not, most of that social learning occurs when we are collaborating with others. Because of what the Internet makes possible, we no longer have to be in the same room with others to collaborate effectively. There are free tools for online conferencing, collaborative writing and editing, file sharing, private communication, and desktop sharing – and countless other activities. Here are 15 free online collaboration tools and apps to try today: Keep and Share – Keep and Share is a group file sharing system. Wridea – Wridea makes it easy to collaborate and share ideas with colleagues, team members, and fellow learners. Writeboard – Whiteboard is free collaborative writing software. Twiddla – Twiddla works very well for online meetings or co-browsing. Spicebird – This open source platform is an all-in-one suite of communication tools for people who want to collaborate online.

Etherpad Foundation - Live Document Collaboration Agilistes, découvrez le coût du multi-tasking grâce au jeu du prénom ! Etape 4 : Fonctionnement du développement pour la première itération Voici le processus à mettre en place, côté développeur, pour cette première itération ! Votre travail de développeur consiste simplement à écrire les noms clients. À ce point je marque une courte pause pour voir si quelqu’un semble élever une objection à cette déclaration. Dans le jeu, pour ne pas faire attendre les clients, il faut donc commencer tous les projets en même temps ! Email Marketing and Email List Manager Design Thinking timer Il y a quelques années, Jan Rogers remarquait que sa fille Lauren avait du mal à saisir la notion de temps qui passe. Horloges analogiques, montres, compte à rebours du micro-onde, tous les objets donnant l'heure de la maison ou du magasin restaient une énigme pour cette jeune fille de 4 ans. Jan a donc retroussé ses manche et a construit un prototype avec du papier et du carton. Sa fille a été intriguée par ce drôle d'objet. De fil en aiguille, Jan s'est retrouvée à créer le produit et a monter sa société. Aujourd'hui, le Time Timer a fait sa place dans les classes du monde entier, des écoles maternelles aux universités. Utilisé et recommandé par Jake Knapp dans les Design Sprint, ce timer sert à délimiter des petites périodes de temps, de quelques minutes à une heure. Concept du Time timer par Jan Rogers.