Having spent twenty minutes playing with Lino-it I'm convinced it is a better sticky note tool. However the two main disadvantages are:
- It takes a little longer to get used to Lino-it than Wallwisher
- It has a sticky note Google ad on every canvas.
Otherwise I'm pretty positive that I can use this in lessons with students for all of the following:
- Brainstorming previous knowledge
- Collating information / images / videos on a topic
- Collaborative project work
- Getting students to respond to a text or a graph or a video.
- Book Reviews - Vocabulary exercises
- Collecting Web-links
- Plenary activities
In fact all of the things I suggested Wallwisher might be used for on this Wallwisher wall
Here is a Lino "Canvas" I made in 20 minutes...
Lino-it would be a nice notice board for a project which lasted a few lessons.
The ability post sticky notes with attachements of files and to set due dates seems pretty useful.
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