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Digital tools to help you study

Friday, November 25, 2016

When it comes to studying, sometimes it can be hard to stay on track! It is important to absorb all of the facts, ideas and theories that we are learning, but luckily for us modern day studiers, we have plenty of digital tools to help you study and get organised!

You can prepare for the most effective use of your study time with some handy digital tools that will help you to plan, revise, take cohesive notes and collaborate with fellow students.

Here are five digital tools to help you study. You can use them to help you be more productive, stay motivated and make use of time even when you’re on the go.

 

Planning tools to help you study:

GoConqr

Available on iOS, Android and desktop. Free

GoConqr is a clever app and desktop software that allows you to build mind maps, create flashcards and compile quizzes to help you learn and memorise your topic. It also has flexible study planner and note feature.

 

Padlet

Available on iOS, Android and desktop. Free

Build your own unique notes on a topic and post them to a wall, where you can invite other students to collaborate. The notes can include pictures, documents, links, video or text. This is an ideal tool for group planning and sharing ideas.

 

Revising tools:

StudyBlue

Available on iOS, Android and desktop. Free
StudyBlue is a leading crowdsourced learning platform with more than 10 million students using it globally. It offers smart learning tools such as flashcards, notes, and study guides. Discover quizzes, notes and flashcards that others have made on the same topic as you are studying.

 

Note Taking:

Evernote

Available on desktop and as iOS/Android app. Free and paid versions.

Evernote continues to be one of the most popular note-keeping apps. It’s a flexible tool that syncs across all of your devices, allowing you to archive notes, PDFs, images, audio and webpages. The tagging feature makes for easy searching and access to your saved items. It also has a more sophisticated sharing option than MS OneNote.

 

Collaborating tools:

Google Drive

Available on iOS, Android and desktop. Free

Google Drive is a file storage and synchronisation service from the world’s most popular search engine, Google. It enables users to store files in the cloud, share files and editable documents, spreadsheets and presentations with others. It has an inbuilt office suite Google Docs, which is similar to, and can read from, Microsoft Office files. Google Drive can be synced across your phone, tablet and desktop.

 

There you have it – even the busiest among us can find extra time to study with these great tools to help you study!

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