Using Trello for project management

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Trello is a tool that enables you to create lists. Sounds simple enough? It is – but it’s also a powerful tool for enabling people to collaborate on projects.

The UCA Learning 2 Learn project team are currently using Trello to manage their research and development progress as well as track activity. Participants can add cards to lists, set reminders, add comments, due dates, attachments, links, and designate responsibilities to the project board – all within Trello. View the Learning2Learn project board which has been made public for easy dissemination and transparent management.

The screenshots above show what Trello looks like. It’s really easy to get started, and best of all it’s free. If you’re interested in using Trello with your colleagues or your students, just create an account and have a go – and contact your Learning Technologists if you require any assistance.

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