Topic 2 Tools online to learn, create and collaborate

The following apps and tools will support your learning process and allow you to develop skills and competencies in a rather non-formal way. You can create videos from words and text, create mind maps to visualize your ideas and even learn coding the easy way. Whether individually or shared with others.

Videos from text

A tool to create videos from short text. You enter a 200 words script, that the tool converts into a video by recognizing keywords and representing them with symbols.

Texts from Words

A tool for natural language processing (NLP). It can answer questions, converse on a variety of topics, and generate creative writing pieces. Plus, you can also generate images.

Mind Maps

Miro is a digital whiteboard that makes it easy to collaborate with others. You can create notes and designs, move things around, and communicate through embedded video calls or online chats. The tool also comes with a series of pre-built templates that can inspire or serve as a starting place for your own project work. What is Miro?#

Mindomo enables you to create simple or more complex mindmaps. You can add photos, files, links, notes, icons, or voice recordings to your canvas. Share your mindmap via a link, or by email.

The basic version is free.

How to create a mind map from your learning material

Create and collaborate


With Scratch, you can program your own interactive stories, games, and animations — and share your creations with others in the online community. Scratch helps you learn to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively — essential skills for life in the 21st century. Scratch is free of charge.

Docdroid allows you share your documents easily in almost any given format.

Google Docs is a tool you can use for collaboration purposes – share and work together with peers and colleagues using the same document online.