1. Google Apps- http://www.google.com
The Google suite of applications covers all of your technology needs, including email with Gmail, calendar and task applications with Gcal, video teleconferencing with Google Hangouts, cloud storage and document management with Google Drive, and a host of other helpfuls features.
2. Toggl- http://www.toggl.com
Toggl is an online tool that helps you keep track of how much time you spend on different tasks.
3. Stickk- http://www.stickk.com
Stickk is an online tool that helps users set and stick to goals. First, you set a goal that you want to achieve, and then you create stakes (possibly monetary) that will help you incentivize your goals.
4. Trello- https://trello.com/
Trello helps users get organized by using an intuitive card system to create actionable lists.
ToDo helps users create actionable lists using the GTD (getting things done) methodology.
iDoneThis allows user to keep track of daily tasks by replying to automated emails.
5. Canvas and Speedgrader iOS apps- https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/canvas-by-instructure/id688577349?mt=8
Both of these iPad apps are helpful for the instructor on the go. Don’t lose class or grading time. Installing these apps on your device can help get you connected to what’s going on in your classes.
6. Doodlepoll- http://doodle.com/en/
Doodle allows users to simplify scheduling. You can create several open time slots, and members can fill in the best times for their schedules. This allows you to quickly see when the most people are available.
7. Canvas Scheduler- http://canvas.longwood.edu
The scheduling feature in Canvas allows you to easily manage time slots for your course. This feature is perfect for advising sign-ups.
8. Dropbox- https://www.dropbox.com/
Dropbox is a cloud storage solution that allows users to easily share files with one another.
9. Diigo- https://www.diigo.com/index
Diigo is a web annotation tool that plugins to your web browser. With it you can post sticky notes on web pages, annotate articles or take screenshots, which are all saved in your Diigo library for review later.
10. Video Notes- http://www.videonot.es/
Video Notes is an application that helps you take notes on YouTube, Coursera, or any other type of video. You can review these notes through the Video Notes application or store them in your Google Drive.
11. Coggle- https://coggle.it
Coggle is an interactive online tool that lets users create detailed and specific mind maps.
12. Text 2 Mind Map- https://www.text2mindmap.com/
Like Coggle, Text 2 Mind Map allows users to create interactive mind maps. These can be saved or downloaded as images or PDFs.
13. Screencast-o-matic- http://www.screencast-o-matic.com/
Screencast-o-matic is a screencasting tool that lets user quickly and easily create screencast tutorials or record narrated PPT presentations. Screencast-o-matic integrates directly to YouTube so publishing is quick and easy.
14. Soundcloud- https://soundcloud.com/
Soundcloud is an audio sharing platform that lets users quickly record and share audio with other members. This is a great platform for sharing music or podcasts.
15. Glogster- http://www.glogster.com/
Glogster is an interactive media creation platform that allows students to curate multiple types of interactive media, including text, video and images.