Are you looking for communication utility apps, tools, and resources that you can use with your education organization? If so, we have you covered. Check out our list below. Let us know if there are any that we missed.
Realtime Board – Realtime Board is an online whiteboard for visual team collaboration used by project managers, content creators, designers, app and web developers, marketers, consultants, strategists, creative agencies, and design thinkers all over the world to develop their ideas and projects. The app’s collaborating tools include real-time collaborative editing, comments, text chat, voice and video chat, screen sharing, and daily notifications. It also includes whiteboard tools such as sticky notes, freehand drawing, shapes, links, texts, and presentation mode.
Zoho Meeting – Zoho Meeting allows the user to organize webinars and set up meetings using audio, video, screen sharing, and more. Webinars can be recorded and stored on the cloud, shared with others, or downloaded to your computer. Webinar analytics are also included that allow you to keep track of poll participation, number of registrants and attendees, and chat logs.
GeckoLife– GeckoLife is a seamless, private, and friendly online communication platform for individuals and groups to interact and collaborate safely. Chatting, sharing, and storing media as well as planning activities is made easier with the GeckoLife. Created to make online communication safer, the app allows users to interact easily on a variety of topics with members of their community.
Heard – Heard is a tool that provides a communication channel between parents and educators. It has a simple interface, like other noteworthy platforms such as Schoology and Edmodo. Group and private messaging features are available, including parent groups that can function without teachers being present. Parents can donate relevant materials to the school by taking a quick peek at their Amazon or Donors Choose wish lists.
Citelighter– The Citelighter platform is designed to connect teachers and students for interactive communication. It can be accessed via the Citelighter toolbar and Citelighter website. Students can use it to conduct research and create notes. Students follow a series of comprehensive steps set by the teacher, and they will cover the target topic.