Teach students how to facilitate brainstorming and organize information visually. StickySorter takes this process to a whole new level by letting you create simple screen notes and organize them into themes, allowing you to track and make sense of all kinds of questions or problems. StickySorter is especially useful for students working collaboratively to identify common themes in their research. And when you have big volumes of data, you can easily import and export the information into other programs to assist you in making sense of it all.
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Organize lots of information easily
StickySorter brings affinity diagramming—and information organization—into the digital age. Create notes that have multiple fields—a title, description, and author, for example—then group and organize the information to your liking on an infinite canvas. Pan and zoom to view the data from different vantage points. Tile, pile, and color-code data for clearer meaning. It’s so easy to use “sticky notes” on your computer.
StickySorter takes the complexity out of large amounts of data:
Stores group information for other tasks
Notes can have multiple fields
Imports from Excel and Access are possible
Define multiple fields and choose what is displayed
Pan and zoom on the data to work on a large visual space
Windows XP, Vista or 7 with .Net Framework 2.0
StickySorter: a tool for organizing information (Office Labs blog post)
The creators of StickySorter blog about their inspiration for creating the tool, along with ways to use it effectively.
StickySorter home page from Microsoft Office Labs
Visit the StickySorter Homepage and get all of the latest information on this easy-to-use organizational tool.
Get answers to your StickySorter questions here.
Using StickySorter, Autocollage and Songsmith for different learning styles
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This tutorial is designed for educators who want to use technology in their teaching to address learners with different learning styles.