Digital tools are useful to foster autonomy, expand language input and promote self-directive learning. Some learners prefer one thing over the other and it is nice to have the freedom to choose what we want to do outside the class.

Browse the Digital tools page to learn about each kind of web tool they can use on their own.

2 thoughts on “DIGITAL TooLs

  1. Hi Rose, I’m wondering if you’d consider adding LiquidText to your list of digital tools? I apologize for commenting about this, but I did not see a way to email you. LiquidText improves the reading experience by giving users the tools needed to focus on what matters, compare distant sections, take notes, build upon ideas, drag out key facts from documents and more.

    See it in action here –
    It is now available as an iPad app in select markets, including Brazil –

    I would love to hear your thoughts on LiquidText. Thank you!


    • Hi Tina, thanks for getting in touch, but I don’t have ipad. I did watch the video and it looks very useful. I wish I could try it out myself. You should be thinking of making it available for android. I’ll recommend to a student who does have iPad though. I’ll let you know if he likes it.


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