Tuesday Two.Oh! Tools for Students and Professionals.

Tuesday Two.Oh! is not meant as an endorsement, but as an exploration of the tools that are out there. Click at your own risk. 🙂

If you’re anything like me, you have a lot on your plate. I am constantly looking for ways to keep my schedule, assignments, duties, obligations, and other various time related flotsam in order. Today we’ll talk about a tool that may possibly help you keep your life organized. The site is mostly geared towards students and is assignment and course driven. I was able to take it and mold into my professional life easily. Let’s take a minute to talk about:


Click on the logo to go to the site.

From the website:

What is Soshiku?

Soshiku is a simple but powerful tool that manages your high school or college assignments. Soshiku keeps track of when your assignments are due and can even notify you via email or SMS.

Many of us are looking for programs and websites that will sync to our mobile phones. This site allows to SMS updates as well as email reminders.

Logging into Soshiku is easy, and will look like this:


Once you’ve logged in, you will be brought to your home screen. This is where you can add and edit assignments, add and edit courses, and also edit your task list. These are all customizable to your situation, whether you’re using Soshiku for school or for professional reasons, the assignment and calendar are all accessible from this screen.


For a brief tour of Soshiku, please click here.

In my own world, trying to balance professional and personal duties has always been a challenge. I want a easy interface that’s simple to understand and is also available on my mobile phone. Some people might be less interested in the SMS features of Soshiku, but would utilize email updates of assignments. In my opinion it’s all about what keeps you organized.

Soshiku is geared towards todays student, but it’s usefulness seems to stretch far beyond those with assignments due in class.



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4 responses to “Tuesday Two.Oh! Tools for Students and Professionals.

  1. Hi, this is Andrew from Soshiku. That’s cool how you use it to manage your professional life. I especially liked the screencast. Thanks for the review!

  2. brownez

    Hi, Andrew from Soshiku. I hope that I pronounced the site name correctly. Interesting stuff you have there.


  3. Pingback: FEC Day Presentation– Cell Your Class: Using Cell Phones in the Classroom « Ucolibinstruction’s Weblog

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