App of the Week: Feedly

I’m sure we all have those favorite blogs and websites we visit ever so often, especially for our daily dose of news, opinions and articles on trending issues. However, visiting multiple sites everyday can be very tedious. Now, here’s an app that will gather all your blogs and websites in one place, so you don’t…

App of the Week: Noisli

Do you find it hard to focus when it’s too quiet? Are you that person who needs a little background noise to help you concentrate? If you nodded yes, we have just what you need. Noisli is an app that lets you pick your own set of background noises from a range of different sounds available. Research has…

App of the week: Christmas edition

  NORAD Santa Tracker NORAD’s Santa Tracker goes back to 1955 when a typo in in a advert to call Santa actually went to a military commanders red phone. Ever since staff have answered calls and emails from young children wanting to track Santa. Where to get it You can access NORAD Tracks Santa via a web…

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App of the week: Trello

Trello is an online tool for organising pretty much anything an a flexible way. Trello has three basic elements; boards, lists and cards. Commonly boards represent an project, lists can be used to represent stages in the project, categories or anything else you might want group tasks by and cards represent the individual tasks. On each…

App of the Week: lynda.com

lynda.com is an online library of video tutorials to help you improve your IT skills or learn something new. As mentioned previously lynda.com is available to students at SHU providing unlimited access to over 4,586 online video courses. Recently lynda.com have released a Windows 8 App (for laptops and tablets) in addition to their existing applications and website and…