If you are looking for a way to capture a brainstorm, ideas, opinions, or feedback from a variety of students or teachers, Lino may be the resource you need. With these online stickies, you can arrange and rearrange ideas, use color coding to distinguish topics, concepts, or ideas, and even post videos, links, and documents to share.
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Website: http://en.linoit.com/
Task #1: Click here to access our training Lino. Use stickies to post your thoughts. Play with fonts - change colors and sizes. Add icons. Experiment with the other posting options to upload photos, video, or attachments.

Task #2: Create your own lino account by clicking here.

Task #3: Create a canvas by clicking on My Canvases and building a canvas from scratch.

iPad Users: Click here for the lino app. Lino can also be opened in a web browser on an iPad which does not require the app.
Classroom Implications
Students can use lino.it to make predictions, to share their work, and to manage a collaborative project. Teachers can use lino.it to solicit feedback or to pose questions to the class. Lino makes a great tool for concept development as well. There are endless possibilities for lino.it. Create a free account, and start posting today.

Administrative Implications
Use Lino to manage a collaborative project, solicit feedback from teachers, parents, or other stakeholders. Lino is a great tool for creating affinity diagrams and organizing thoughts and ideas.


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“The resources provided during the course of this NCDPI training have been helpful to some educators across the state. However, due to the rapidly changing resources available, NCDPI does not represent nor endorse that these resources are the exclusive resources for the purposes outlined during this training."