Digital tools

There is a plethora of digital tools you can use in educational activities. Here we present a few that our consortium use in our daily work with young people.


Application which will help you to create scavenger hunts which will have an educational purpose. You can prepare a mission to help participants build a team, get to know the town where your mobility is taking place, or create a set of activities to develop their competences.


Application helps to create educational quizzes. The tool can be used for intercultural evenings to engage participants from other countries in presentations about different countries. Also, it can be used as a method to consolidate the knowledge that participants got during an activity.


A useful application for project management. Allows text and voice communication and file transfer. The benefit is that all data and messages relating to a given project are collected in one place, to which every project team member can access.


An application that organises teams, team collaboration and work management. It is possible to assign specific tasks to individuals and check who has completed their tasks and what still needs to be done. A very useful tool for managing Eramsus+ projects.


Another tool for project management. The tool is based on boards, lists, and cards, which helps to have a clear picture of what needs to be done, who should do it and the project’s progress. 


A tool for organising creative projects. It is also based on visual boards. The tool provides text editing, task management and uploading of photos and files. Files can be organised in a visually pleasing way so that teams can derive the greatest benefit from the tool.


This tool also works as a whiteboard on which data can be collected that can be used to create or share content with others. In Padlet, you can create ideas for projects, for activities, you can create beautiful presentations, which you can use to work with a group.


Miro is the replacement for whiteboarding in the digital world. It allows brainstorming with people who may be in different corners of the world. It also enables you to conduct meetings, create educational content and teach. This form of learning is sure to appeal to your youngsters.


An application useful for facilitating discussions. Great for various types of presentations or lectures. The tool can also be used to evaluate our activities.


A tool for creating out-of-the-box presentations. Provides the ability to combine linear and non-linear information. Can be useful for brainstorming.


Canva is a tool for creating presentations. They offer thousands of templates so that your presentations look nice. Canva is particularly useful for creating infopacks for our projects. It is worth knowing that NGOs can get the premium version for free.


A tool similar to Canva but less well-known. Also helpful for creating presentations, animations, logos or videos. Also, very interestingly, the tool offers the creation of simple web pages.


A tool for creating and editing videos.


A tool for creating and editing videos.


A tool for creating and editing videos.


A tool for creating and editing videos.


A tool for creating and editing videos.


One of the most popular communication tools in recent times. It allows video meetings with one person as well as conferences for many people. Useful for educational webinars or lectures.


Tool for meetings, webinars, and lectures. Often used for online training.


Discord was created for gamers but is increasingly being used for education and community building. It enables voice, video and text chat.