In today’s post, we are sharing with you 5 good EdTech tools we are re-featuring here for the second time. Some of the things you can do with these tools include: organize your Chrome tabs into collections and add notes and to-dos, plan your projects and work collaboratively with your team, design beautiful educational infographics and posters, get help with your writing using a powerful editor that detects various types of errors related to language use, get book recommendations from successful business leaders.
‘Toby is better than bookmarks, it levels up your Chrome browser. Toby is a visual workspace that lives on every new tab. Add new tabs by dragging and dropping your browser tabs into collections or save a whole session in just one-click. Access all of your collections on any desktop with automatic sync. Use tags to organize your collections or create notes for your to-dos.’
‘This is a simple tool that gives you the ability to plan projects by simply dragging and dropping, providing flexibility when your plan change. It is also a powerful scheduling tool that brings your entire team’s schedule into one timeline, giving you a grand overview of everyone’s work. Roadmap is integrated with your favourite tools (Slack, Trello, Jira, etc) to help get everyone together in one place. ’
Cello is a web tool that resembles Canva. You can use it to create a wide variety of graphics and posters. The process is simple and easy: choose a template for your visual, customize it the way you want by adding elements such as text, images, shapes, or even upload your own content. When done download or share it with others online.
Typely is an online editor that helps you write better. It doesn’t correct grammatical errors but focuses on usage errors. It tends to things suchas ‘redundancy, jargon, illogic, clichés, sexism, misspelling, inconsistency, misuse of symbols, malapropisms, oxymorons, security gaffes, hedging, apologizing, pretension, and more.’
‘BookAuthority helps you discover the very best business books recommended by industry leaders. It is based on thousands of book recommendations made by hundreds of industry leaders such as Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates.The service reveals the top business books about startups, productivity, leadership, business, marketing and more. Based on your areas of interest, it produces a personalized reading list tailored just for you.’