Free Sticky Notes Tools for Teachers and Students

Wednesday, 27 February 2013 15:04
Do you use sticky notes to help students learn or to organize your studies? Would you be interested in a list of free sticky note tolls for teachers and students?

13 Free Sticky Notes Tools for Teachers and Students


There are a lot of ways that you can use sticky note tools for both teaching your students and learning. I hope that you will find the following list useful. If you know a free sticky note tool that is not included in this list please leave a comment and I will added at the top of the list.

 

  1. Corkboard
    Remember and share what's important to you. Collaborate with others on a single Corkboard. Post and access on your computer or on-the-go. Organize your postings into Corkboards. Share what you post on your Facebook wall and get notified of new comments on your postings.

  2. Hott Notes
    Free sticky notes reminders for your desktop. A simple, easy-to-use sticky notes software for Windows.

  3. Linoit
    Sticky and Photo sharing for you. A free sticky and canvas service that requires nothing but a Web browser.

  4. Listings
    Online sticky notes. Take notes from your browser. Share and collaborate with others in real-time. Reach your notes from anywhere. Super fast, free and ridiculously easy.

  5. Notepad2
    A fast and light-weight Notepad-like text editor with syntax highlighting. This program can be run out of the box without installation, and does not touch your system's registry.

  6. Padlet
    Padlet gives you a blank page (a wall) and you put anything you want on it, anywhere. Perhaps the easiest site for children to use. Pose questions, get their answers, and give them feedback - all on the same page.

  7. Scrumblr
    Scrumblr is a web-based simulation of a physical agile sprint board that supports real-time collaboration.

  8. Simple Sticky Notes
    What is Simple Sticky Notes? It's a simple, easy-to-use, absolutely free, fast and efficient note taking software.

  9. Spaaze
    Spaaze (pronounced "space") offers it's users so called boards. Each board is an infinite space which resembles a virtual cork. On these boards, items can be put. Currently Spaaze offers 7 different items: Labels, Notes, Bookmarks, Images, Files, Videos and HTML. These items can be edited in place, moved via drag and drop and positioned freely on the board. Therefore it's possible to arrange a bunch of items any way you like, which makes it possible to use it for many different use cases.

  10. Stickies
    Stickies is a PC utility. Just like a real sticky piece of paper: Once on screen, stickies will remain where placed until closed, even through reboots. Stickies appearance can be customised; fonts, colours and buttons may be changed, and styles saved. Stickies can be resized and store text or images. Stickies can snap to each other and to the sides of the screen to keep them neatly lined up. Stickies can be attached to a web site, document or folder so they only show when it's on screen, and much more...

  11. Stickr
    With Stickr you can create streams, subscribe to your friends’ feeds, form and join groups, follow people you like, leave private comments. Stickr feed can be embedded to your homepage or blog, your account can be associated with accounts on other social networking sites.

  12. StickyPad
    StickyPad is an invaluable, easy-to-use tool that lets you place sticky notes on your desktop. You can type notes to yourself, set meeting and appointment reminders, keep track of a to-do list, and anything else you would do with paper notes.

  13. Stixy
    Stixy helps users organize their world on flexible, shareable Web-based bulletin boards called Stixyboards. Unlike most personal productivity or project management software, Stixy doesn’t dictate how users should organize their information. Users can create tasks, appointments, files, photos, notes, and bookmarks on their Stixyboards, organized in whatever way makes sense to them.

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