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Great Apps for Students

Meg West, Author

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           Being a student and managing your time is always difficult. When trying to do mounds of homework, we always wish that we could have a robot to help us get all our work done. Luckily, technology has evolved immensely! We are able to use our phones, tablets and laptops to help us get more work done. It’s always hard trying to find the right apps that will be the most beneficial and reliable for students. Here is a list of helpful apps for students to use;

  1. Evernote (free at the app store)

With Evernote you can take notes, make to-do lists, set reminders, attach files, create agendas and access everything through any device. The camera feature is especially helpful. It lets you take a photo of anything and choose to save it as a photo, document, Post-it note or business card.

  1. EasyBib (free at the app store)

Easybib helps you format your list of references in over 7,000 citation styles, including the most common APA and MLA formats. All you need to do is type in the name of the book and EasyBib gives you several options to choose from and then makes a citation for you. You can even take a picture of a book’s barcode and generate a citation for it!

  1. My Study Life (free for apple and android)

The My Study Life app replaces any paper planner by keeping track of your workload across multiple platforms and devices. Manage your classes with week and day timetables, keeping track of tasks and exams in the cloud and receive notifications to keep you up to date for exams and classes. A clean interface and the ability to color code your classes make the calendar easy to read.

  1. Quizlet (free at the app store)

Quizlet is an awesome way to study for tests! You are able to make as many study guides as you would like! You can even add in pictures for a visual to help your brain remember. Quizlet gives you the option to play study games to give your brain different scenarios with the subject you are studying.

  1. Khan Academy (free at the app store)

More than 4,200 educational videos on Khan Academy let you learn about anything you want, from math and computing to music and the college admissions process. You can even prep for the SAT! A major highlight of the free app is its ability to download the videos to view later.

  1. TED (free at the app store)

While using the TED app you can download and view more than 1,000 TEDTalk videos featuring some of the best and brightest of today’s thinkers, designers and influential people. You are able to hear discussions on a variety of topics from art, design, philosophy and philanthropy to politics or economics. TED makes food for thought in a convenient, mobile-friendly format.

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  1. Ms. Carlson on October 27th, 2015 9:27 pm

    Read Write for Google is another good app

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