Free Online Tools to Develop your to Studies

Published by University of Bedfordshire

If you want to take your studies to the next level, there are plenty of online websites that are free for students to use and will help you along the way.


Canva is a free graphic design platform that allows you to easily create presentations, business cards, posters, leaflets, logos, and more using professionally designed templates. You can customise with thousands of free images, videos, and graphics or get started on a wide range of templates.


Asana helps teams manage projects and tasks in one tool. Teams can create projects, assign work to teammates, specify deadlines, and communicate about tasks directly in Asana. It helps teams organise work so you’re equipped to do more with less.

Microsoft To do

Microsoft To-Do is a free task management app that makes it easy to plan and manage your day.


Create a free and professional website using Wix. If you want to go the extra mile for a University project, Wix is there to help you along the way. Create logos and design a website from scratch with this simple platform.

Google Docs

Use Google Docs to create, and collaborate on online documents. Edit together with your peers on projects and assignments.


Padlet takes the idea of the notice board and makes it digital, so it’s enhanced. It is an extremely easy-to-use tool that allows learners to collaborate online by posting text, images, links, documents, videos and voice recordings.