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HOW CAN WE INCREASE ACADEMIC PRODUCTIVITY USING ONLINE TOOLS?
INTRODUCTION:
The project on which we have to present our views is “HOW TO INCREASE ACADEMIC PRODUCTIVITY USING ONLINE TOOLS”.
Wikis
Wikis are a type of website in which users, such as students, can easily add, remove, or edit the content.
Blogs
A blog is a website, usually maintained by an individual with regular entries of commentary, descriptions of events, or other material such as graphics or video. Blogs are interactive, online journals.
Learning management systems
Learning management systems (LMS) or course management systems (CMS) are an online package to help educators create effective online learning communities. It manages users, roles, courses, instructors, and facilities and generates reports. It also includes course calendar for our assessment. Student messaging and notifications are also carried out by LMS and CMS. It also helps us to judge our progress before examination. It also displays scores and transcripts regarding the student’s performance. It also includes grading of coursework. Web-based or blended course delivery is also done by this software.
Survey systems
These tools allow the creation and administration of surveys completely online.
Online Image/Video Sharing
This tool allows for the sharing of image and video files specifically and often allows commentary, dialogue and/or exchanges.
Online Collaborative Work spaces
Various web-based applications allow a group of students to work together on common documents in various formats either synchronously or asynchronously. Many applications include to-do lists, calendars. These spaces are not always secure, however. Some applications include blogs and wikis for group work, as well
Online Whiteboard
These applications allow us to chat, while writing, drawing, and demonstrating, etc. in/on an electronic whiteboard. Often these applications let us save what has been written on the whiteboard as a picture file, and/or print them.
Virtual World
A virtual world is a computer-based simulated environment intended for its users to inhabit and interact via avatars. These avatars are usually depicted as textual, two-dimensional, or three-dimensional graphical representational worlds.
Mind maps
Mind maps are diagrams used to represent words, ideas, tasks, or other items.
Emails
E-mail stands for electronic mail. It is the important on line tool for students and teachers. Email is a system of sending and receiving messages electronically. It is a mode of communication in which a computer user can compose a message at one terminal and would be received by the recipient when they check their account. The message can be in the form of the text entered from the keyboard or the electronic files, which have been stored on the storage media.
Audio conferencing
Audio conferencing helps us to share our information. Audio conferencing has been a useful communication method for delivering information to other people, especially students who participate in distance education.
Telelearning
Telelearning is understood to mean the use, at school or at home, of multimedia computers networked to other computers for learning purposes. Learners using computers networked together may of course communicate from one site to the other, using a variety of information sources.
Computer-supported collaborative learning
The use of these tools is increasing teachers and students in learning computer science.
Write online
This online tool is for students of colleges and schools for writing support.

Wrike
Wrike is an online tool for project management and collaboration developed by Wrike Inc.
 Text mining
It is used to extract useful information from large data.
On folio
On folio is an online research tool that can be used to collect data from the web and make annotations such as inking and text highlighting.
CONCLUSION
 knowledge acquisition
 knowledge production
 knowledge about new technologies
 productivity strategies

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