Most of you spend at least 2 hours a day on the Internet. What kind of tools do you use to keep you productive? Believe it or not, the Internet can be more than just another form of entertainment.
I’d like you to take a look at the following list of 8 online productivity tools. A few of them are geared particularly towards students, others built as “to do lists”, but all of them are designed to help you get things done. Some have powerful calendar features, reminder tools, sticky note layout, and agenda-like appearances. But each have their strengths and weaknesses.
Take time to look at each site and perhaps tour their services. I would like you to sign up for 2 services compare and contrast them based on their ease of use, layout and appearance, and practicality. Write a blog post outlining the pros and cons and which one you would most likely use on a daily basis based on your conclusion.
This assignment will be due on Tuesday, February 8.
Any questions? Shoot me an email or drop them in the comments below.
List of online tools compiled from Richard Byrne’s blog.
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