Notes in the Cloud
Basically, springpads are online notebooks. You can choose from a variety of pre-made springpads, or make your own from scratch. It helps you ‘remember’ things and does so by letting you clip sites and information as you run across it on the web.You can also share the information on your springpads with other friends who use the service.
Its “remember everything” slogan encapsulates the main goal of the app; to provide an easy and convenient method of taking digital notes from the user’s daily life.
A meeting recording app for iOS and Android devices. The app allows you to record the audio of your meetings, transcribe the audio, and share the recordings and transcriptions with others.
SimpleNote makes it possible for users to maintain notes, lists, thoughts and more for reference later. What makes SimpleNote even more flexible is the sharing capability. Users can pass a note on to someone else, sharing a list or special instructions when they are needed. Through SimpleNote, users can publish their thoughts and return to them later for quick reference when they need it. The application also uses a tagging system to make referencing even easier.
App for digitizing and organizing student work. Using the app teachers can take a picture of a student's work and upload it to a free Three Ring account. Three Ring offers teachers a lot of organizational flexibility. You could organize artifacts by student name, class, date, or just about any other tagging system that works for you.
Claims to be “the easiest way to take notes on lessons,” wants to be their cloud-based alternative to the traditional notebook.
The site is currently in the alpha stage, so access is restricted at this time. Once the site is public, however, users will sign in to a clean, simple interface. From the home page, the user can create “notebooks” and “lessons” they will store within the appropriate notebook.
A task management service with a hint of mind mapping in its user interface. At its most basic Thoughboxes is a place to create to-do lists. You can organize your to-do lists into groups that Thought Boxes refers to as "trains" as in "trains of thought." Your lists can include basic text notes as well as links to other sites. The trains that you create in Thought Boxes are basically categories for your to-do lists.
A mashup tool you can use to collect webpages, images, music, videos, web widgets, files, documents, code, and more in one central spot. You can add, annotate, cluster, layer, pan, resize, tweet, embed and share the content you've collected.
Lets you create and share collections of stuff you like in any category you choose — has been tried before by start-ups that didn't make much of a mark. This time it might take off. Pinterest makes the process painless by offering a Pin It button that lets you grab pictures of your favorite things as you browse the Web. The site then collects the images on "boards" that other users can follow and comment on.
Aims to be like Pinterest but for sharing learning resources. On Learnist you can create pinboards of materials organized around a topic. You can create multiple boards within your account and make your boards collaborative. You can pin images, videos, and text to your boards
Allows users to build collaborative lists. The lists can be shared and users can contribute to them or see what others have added. Lists can also be embedded to the user’s website or blog to encourage additional interaction from visitors. The List.ly homepage features trending lists so users can see what is getting a lot of attention
Presentation tool that lets you create a magazine out of weblinks, photos, notes and embedded videos on a topic. The resulting magazine can then be shared or embedded on a blog or wiki
Web clipping service. Looks like Pinterest, but takes on Evernote.
Online Sticky Notes
Simple shareable sticky notes web app. You embed it on your own webpage. To add a photo copy it's URL and then use the paste function on the sticky note. To embed: Google sites does not like the code for corkboard... so.... you will need to use an iframe. Iframe is html code that allows you to embed a live webpage onto your site. You can use it for any webpage to embed...Here's the code. Replace the src= with your corkboard's html.
<iframe height = "400" width="550" frameBorder="1"src=" http://corkboard.me/QSeyjIQyQq"<iframe>
A tool that acts like a noticeboard for virtual post-it notes (“sticky notes” in Wallwisher’s parlance). Walls can be created quickly and shared using the “wall’s” URL.
Delivering a new way to collect, share and brainstorm on the web. The tool mixes a little bit of Evernote with a whole lot of Prezi, but rather than feel derivative, it instead seems like the next natural step in the ongoing evolution of how we not only think about, but share and collaborate on ideas together online
An online mind map creation service. Spider Scribe can be used individually or be used collaboratively. What jumps out about Spider Scribe is that users can add images, maps, calendars, text notes, and uploaded text files to their mind maps. Users can connect the elements on their mind maps or let them each stand on their own.
Is an online bookmarking tool with a twist. Sometimes, merely saving a bunch of tagged Web sites to a list of favorites is not enough. Ever wanted to highlight one cool corner of a Web page? Do you wish you could scribble on various Web sites to collect recipes, plan a vacation, or write a big research paper, then share your notes? Diigo can help you do that.
Social bookmarking/reminder site that makes it very simple to bookmark and share or save any URL. With a nice interface and some simple features, this is a nice tool for students and teachers to use in order to send URLs with accompanying notes to classmates or colleagues