Microsoft Project for the Thrifty Project Manager: 3 Free (or Almost-Free) Alternatives

Dashe & Thomson

For whatever reason, getting “just-as-good” alternatives is something of a hobby of mine. issues tracking. Most people would cite Google Docs as the best free tool in this category, but the requirement that everyone must have a Google account can cause unnecessary headaches (it always amazes me how many people still don’t have one!). Issues-tracking: Lighthouse. The time tracking is well done, but the other features are merely so-so.

What’s in My Conference Bag? ATD ICE 2018

Learning Rebels

I keep my notes Google Docs. Why this matters to you – keeping your notes on Evernote, OneNote or Google docs allows you to share your notes in the moment. Especially with Google docs. Alternatively, add the app “ Haystack ” to your phone.

The 11 Best Writing Tools to Sharpen Your eLearning Course Text

LearnUpon

Google Docs. For writing that needs group collaboration and editing, we’re big fans of Google Docs. Most importantly, everyone is working from an up-to-date document so there’s no need for version tracking or risk of people accessing out of date drafts. Writing.

25 eLearning Tools You Need Now

LearnUpon

The many levels of project management that Trello offers – including cards, lists, and boards – makes it easy to coordinate input and track the status of different tasks. Tool: Google Drive. What it does: Google Drive is our favorite form of cloud storage at LearnUpon.

The Best eLearning Tools You Need Now

LearnUpon

Trello makes it easier to coordinate everyone’s input and track the status of different tasks. Google Drive. Google Drive is our favorite form of cloud storage here at LearnUpon. Momentum is a to-do list extension that can be used with the Google Chrome browser.

Online Learning Space: Why Teachers Should Use It?

ProProfs

With the massive worldwide adoption of the web at the start of the 2000s, a lot of brand new learning technologies were developed, allowing learners and teachers alike to have an alternative experience. One of the simplest tools that offers these benefits is Google Docs and it’s free to use.

Guest Post: You can teach an old teacher new tricks

Visual Lounge

They talked TechSmith into giving all of the attendees of the conference a copy of Camtasia to get us started on the right track. Guest post by teacher, Steve Kelly. It took a rude awakening for me to realize I had fallen behind as an educator.

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Google Slides: The ULTIMATE guide

BrightCarbon

Whether you’re a student, in business, or a software pro, there’s little doubt that you’ve heard of Google Slides. However, while the name may ring a bell, we know that many of you won’t have had the time to delve deep into Google Slides’ functionality.

ISTE 2013 Presenter Profiles: Rob Zdrojewski

Visual Lounge

Teachers nationwide have visited MrZclassBlog.org to learn from his student’s “Tech Under 90 Sec” tutorial videos on topics such as best practices for using Google docs and Gmail. I combine that with a learning management platform like Edmodo to help me keep track of student progress.

Crowdsourced Sales Training with John Barrows

Allego

We discussed a number of ways organizations use crowdsourcing to pull golden talk tracks and sales ideas out of their best reps and SME’s and spread them across the middle of the pack to keep everyone up-to-speed. Today’s selling environment grows more and more difficult by the day.