I tried out Linoit, posting a written answer to one of the questions and a short video in answer to another. I found it rather messy, having to move post-its around to see the questions and answers, but it could be a useful tool for reflective activities. I can imagine using it for students to reflect on what they’ve been learning and/or how they’ve learned it, and I think the possibility to post anonymously could produce interesting feedback both for teachers and students. I would also encourage the posting of images and videos, not just words, to express opinions and feelings. However, for fostering the co-creation of knowledge, I think a tool like padlet has more potential.