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Padlet & Linoit – interactive
online sticky boards
By Fiona Beal
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http://goo.gl/w8Xrd4
http://padlet.com/wall/6l67al5ucq
Open Padlet http://padlet.com
Sign up
Click on ‘Build a wall’
Modify your wall
Make your changes
Profile: Select an image and
name for your wall
Fill in the details
Your wall name is created!
Wallpaper: Choose the
wallpaper for your wall

Many
more
Layout: Choose the layout
for your wall
Privacy: Choose your privacy
settings
Notifications: Get notifications
of postings by email
Address: Choose a unique
address
Start writing on your wall
New features
1. You can moderate all notes before making
them public
2. Padlet offers an option to download the
contents o...
Classroom uses
1. Use Padlet for introductions
I recently used Padlet for students to introduce themselves and say what th...
http://blog.padlet.com/2013/03/how-to-usepadletcom-in-classroom.html
http://goo.gl/jPUIVZ
Now to Linoit
2
Go to http://linoit.com/home and sign up
Log in
Create a new canvas
Make your choices
Click on the colour you want to use
Start writing on your stickie
(add your name)
Decide on your final colour
and press ‘Post’
You can even add videos
Thank you!
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  1. 1. and Padlet & Linoit – interactive online sticky boards By Fiona Beal
  2. 2. 1
  3. 3. http://goo.gl/w8Xrd4
  4. 4. http://padlet.com/wall/6l67al5ucq
  5. 5. Open Padlet http://padlet.com Sign up
  6. 6. Click on ‘Build a wall’
  7. 7. Modify your wall
  8. 8. Make your changes
  9. 9. Profile: Select an image and name for your wall
  10. 10. Fill in the details
  11. 11. Your wall name is created!
  12. 12. Wallpaper: Choose the wallpaper for your wall Many more
  13. 13. Layout: Choose the layout for your wall
  14. 14. Privacy: Choose your privacy settings
  15. 15. Notifications: Get notifications of postings by email
  16. 16. Address: Choose a unique address
  17. 17. Start writing on your wall
  18. 18. New features 1. You can moderate all notes before making them public 2. Padlet offers an option to download the contents of your walls as PDFs, images, Excel, or CSV files. Once downloaded you can print the contents of your walls. 3. Padlet has a Chrome app too.
  19. 19. Classroom uses 1. Use Padlet for introductions I recently used Padlet for students to introduce themselves and say what they are hoping to learn. It worked really well. There are a myriad of uses for this application. 2. Use Padlet as a KWL chart Ask students to share anonymously what they know and what they want to know about a topic. 3. Use Padlet for group research Let the students add videos and notes about their research on a particular topic. 4. Use Padlet as a showcase of your students’ work Let your students add links to their various online creations 5. Use Padlet as a book review platform Let students write their comments on a chapter they have read. 6. Use Padlet as a thankyou wall Let your students thank speakers or a special teacher or anyone you choose to and email them the link.
  20. 20. http://blog.padlet.com/2013/03/how-to-usepadletcom-in-classroom.html
  21. 21. http://goo.gl/jPUIVZ
  22. 22. Now to Linoit
  23. 23. 2
  24. 24. Go to http://linoit.com/home and sign up
  25. 25. Log in
  26. 26. Create a new canvas
  27. 27. Make your choices
  28. 28. Click on the colour you want to use
  29. 29. Start writing on your stickie (add your name)
  30. 30. Decide on your final colour and press ‘Post’
  31. 31. You can even add videos
  32. 32. Thank you!
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