What is it?
Google Keep allows the user to make different kinds of notes, including text, lists, images, and audio. Sharing options enable real-time note cooperation with other users. Users can set time or location-based reminders.1
How to use it?
Keep track of files and create notes and share it with your peers. It can serve as an alternative, easy to use online notebook. Your students can use it to organise content, keep track of interesting things on the web, and create parts of an ePortafolio.
Cognitive processes you could target with this tool:
Recall, encoding, monitoring, processing, meta-memory, integration, processing, organisation.
Google keep is free to use, but you need to have a Google account such as Gmail. If you already have one, you can start using the App by clicking here.
- Taken from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Google_Keep on 22 February, 2017.