For students looking for assistance with their studies, using apps can be an incredibly rich and often free resource that is undervalued, especially for those attending university or college.
Certain educational apps can help with alleviating stress and provide a specific service. These services can include digital note-taking, calculations, annotations, citations, planning out dedicated study time. Even apps that can help with exam tips and revision in the lead up to exams or when covering assignments.
For many students, attending university can be one of the greatest moments of their lives, as for many, it’s the first time they have ever lived away from their parents. However for others, university can pose its own set of unique challenges and student assistance is often needed to manage a student’s workload, study time and lecture attendance. Digital assistance through apps is a great way to do this.
Apps can be for desktop use, but in this day and age, most are mobile as well and many are mobile only. There is a huge range of top quality apps available, but equally, there is a huge range of poor quality options as well. Some of the apps for educational use include Todolist, Sunrise Calendar, Evernote, Google Drive, Free Graphing Calculator, EasyBib, Pomodoro and Quizlet.
That is why the experts over at Study Medicine Europe created this infographic to focus on some of the best apps for students.