A tool easy for collaborating in hybrid working environment
February 17, 2022

A tool easy for collaborating in hybrid working environment

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Miro

We use it as a teaching tool. Students can use the software to find the information we placed as part of the course and to design their own work. The work they design is more visual than normal assessments, as we find it important for them to increase their explanatory skills. This works well with Miro. It is an attractive tool that you can easily customize to your own needs.
  • Customize templates to your own needs
  • Allow for collaboration
  • Provide tool to create posters
  • provide interactive working environment that grows with the course
  • the items in boards cannot be locked thus sometimes creating a mess
  • automatic saving is not very often when you want to track student work
  • you often move stuff instead of moving the board
  • more creative teaching opportunities
  • easy to use
  • students found it refreshing
It is necessary to sit down with the staff and students at the beginning of the course and go through the functionalities in detail. We also had a workshop to ensure everyone could use it. Starting on time with using and understanding Miro is therefore important. Otherwise, the course needs to be suited to Miro learning, so it requires elements of visualization.
It is difficult to first work with Miro so using it on single occasions requires a bit of work in understanding Miro.

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In the case of group work in hybrid learning environments. Miro is an excellent tool to use when students have to work in groups partially physically and partially from home. Furthermore, Miro grows with the course as extra material is added by lecturers or students. Thus it is a good tool to use when you want to have a basic course design that is flexible depending on class discussion topics.