11trees Solutions for Writers, Teachers, and Editors
11trees creates affordable e-learning solutions with a learner- and teacher-focus. We extend platforms like Microsoft Word and Google Chrome to help students, teachers, librarians, and editors advance writing, critical thinking, and information literacy skills – the skills most important to the 21st Century workforce.
From high school, through college and into law school, our solutions make commenting faster, library resources more accessible, and writing a less mysterious and time-consuming process for all.
Annotate for Word
Professional editing and commenting for Microsoft Word.
Annotate makes it easy for individual teachers to create and manage a library of comments they can reuse and extend.
Comments appear as custom buttons inside Microsoft Word. No more macros or separate Word docs with lists of frequently used comments…or software with arcane icons. Choose either College Edition or Legal Writing Edition and leverage hundreds of pre-written comments that you can customize to suit your style.
Combined with Dropbox or Google Docs (to exchange files with students), Annotate for Word helps teachers around the world create better feedback more quickly.
Q for Research
Your library is one click away.
Q for Research helps educators increase information literacy skills by breaking down barriers to student utilization of library resources.
Q for Research embeds complex library resources in the environments students use to write: Microsoft Word (PC and Mac) and Google Docs (Google Chrome).
We partner with your library and writing staff staff to create a friendly, accessible and customized set of menus to guide students to high-quality resources and away from Google Search.
Toolkit for Writers
The app for your writing class.
The Writer’s Toolkit is a custom add-in for Microsoft Word (PC and Mac – Google Chrome is coming soon) that embeds the web’s best resources on grammar, argument, organization, research, citations and style into the place students are writing: Microsoft Office, Google Docs, and other web-based tools.
Rather than reaching for a $70 writing handbook (which they rarely would do anyway), students can browse high-quality resources, in the moment they need them, from inside their preferred writing environment.