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Instructional Technology Resources: Study

Technology Resources: Study

Apps | Webpages

  • Scribd
    Scribd lets you link documents to your portfolio or website.Scribd also has a large variety of online books.
  • Self Control
    Self Control will allow you to block any other apps for a certain amount of time so you can study without distractions.

     
  • Math Alarm
    Math Alarm will make you answer a math problem before you can snooze so you don’t sleep through a test.
  • RealCalc
    RealCalc is a full scientific calculator so you don’t have to worry when you forget your scientific calculator at home.

     
  • Exam Time
    ExamTime is a studying app that will let you plan mindmaps, quizzes, study plans, and more.

     
  • Dragon Diction
    Dragon Diction will type what you say. This app can type a speech for you while you say it. 

     
  • Quizlet
    Quizlet allows you to create quizzes to help yourself study or browse through the quizzes that others have made.

     
  • Study Blue
    StudyBlue lets you create online quizzes and flashcards to prepare for a tough test.
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  • Flashcard Machine
    "A free service for creating web-based study flashcards that can be shared with others.  The flashcards can be shared with classmates."

     
  • Study Stack: Free Flashcards
    "StudyStack has computerized the idea of flashcards eliminating the disadvantages of physical flashcards. These electronics flashcards can easily be shared. In addition, apps displaying these computerized flashcards can be placed on a smartphone, tablet, or laptops that most students are already carrying around with them. Or since flashcards can be stored "on the cloud," students can retrieve their flashcards from any internet connected computer."  

     
  • Timetoast
    "Timetoast is a place to create and share timelines on the web. You can create historical timelines of important events," or build a project timeline.

 

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