What if there was only one app you needed for all your work-life productivity? This one app would be simple enough to appeal to casual users but also robust and techie enough to handle the most demanding tasks. David Piece of The Wall Street Journal 2018 article inspired me to try Notion and then in September 2019, it was offered free to use for all educators and their students.
Notion is an all-in-one workspace application that does it all, from to-do lists to roadmaps for product development. The company is valued at $800 million dollars currently but has few real competitors that appeal to such a broad target audience of users.
In my analyst report, I chose to focus on how a Chief Knowledge Officer would view this application for knowledge management. This application allows end-users to curate and use numerous types of workflow solutions for teams and individual productivity.
As an IB Literature teacher, I have introduced Notion to my current 11th graders for building their portfolios. In this two-year course, students need the ability to curate knowledge of global issues, concepts, and literature in thoughtful and unique ways. Notion will support my students to make the connections within this course and within the IB programme. Please view my Prezi presentation on Notion.