A year ago, I couldn’t find an online touch-screen whiteboard for our math teachers to use in class, so this discovery is good news! Using the free version of AwwApp, people can draw, type, or add shapes to a whiteboard using their mouse or the touch screen – and they can invite collaborators to join in on their sketch. Once done, you can download it as a PDF or as an image file. The sketchboard will disappear after two hours with the free version – and you can’t upload any PDFs or images to draw on – but it seems like something that may be useful for all classes, not just math!
I use the Notepad function on my iPhone when I need to jot things down, but that doesn’t help me when I’m on my laptop. Google Keep, however, syncs with Chrome…so it’s on every device I use! And I can create notes to share with specific people, and the notes can have links! Images! Fun things! If you’re interested, look at this aesthetically-pleasing article, “How to Conquer Productivity With Google Keep” – or check out the video below.