(available when you click on a set of flashcards)
Available online and as an app on Apple and Android
(the free option has most of the needed amenities)
Good for studying terms for exams, but you may also want to make physical flashcards if that is more effective for your studying, as writing helps your brain remember information more successfully
Use these links to assist in your understanding of big ideas and essential questions
The mindmap tool is good for understanding big ideas and the “branches” of the main concept.
Jamboard: this is an interactive whiteboard you add to individually or with collaborators
Adding “post it notes” and other textboxes to see a concept visually.
Use these tools to organize your tasks and assignments.
Google Tasks: this app helps you view your to-do list according to the date. You can use it while logged into your Drew Gmail.
Todoist: this is another to do list website. You can use it while logged into your Drew Gmail.
You can add tasks and add classmates to collaborate--great for group projects
These websites and apps will help you keep track of your schedule.
Google Calendar: this Google features allows you to enter events into your calendar. You can use it while logged into your Drew Gmail.
You can see your month, week, and daily events
Events can be color coded, recurring,
You can also add reminders or goals
Invite classmates to study sessions with “add people” feature
Add location and/or video conference links
Allow professors and classmates to view your busy/free times with the search option on desktop
Available as a free app on Android and iPhone
Zoho: this is another calendar app that is very similar to Google Calendar.
You can create group calendars--great for projects and teamwork
You can use a separate calendar for work/school so you can keep track of your various commitments
These resources are helpful for staying on task, especially within a busy and energy-consuming schedule.
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Drew University Library, http://www.drew.edu/library