Digital tools for researching and collaborating – Tony Reeves

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Digital tools for researching and collaborating

There are so many digital tools that it’s hard to know which ones are useful. In this episode, Tony Reeves explains how the following digital tools that can help you and your students find and store information, and collaborate on projects:

  • Twitter (for finding information)
  • Feedly (for following blogs)
  • Google Scholar (for finding articles)
  • Diigo (for bookmarking and annotating webpages)
  • Evernote (for storing notes)
  • Zotero (for storing references)
  • Trello (for creating and collaborating using lists)
  • Slack (for collaborating on projects)
  • Google Docs (for working on shared documents)

 

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