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Today, Evernote and StudyBlue announced an integration which allows students to easily convert their Evernote study materials into digital flashcards on StudyBlue — just in time for exam season.
The integration allows students to sync their Evernote and StudyBlue accounts seamlessly, allowing students to copy and paste key concepts from their Evernote materials onto digital flashcards for review in StudyBlue. StudyBlue also offers free apps for Android, iPhone and iPod Touch devices that allow students to study digital flashcards when and where it fits their schedule.
“I love that I can take my class notes in Evernote and then copy and paste them into flashcards for focused studying. I’m looking forward to putting it to use for finals – the idea of re-writing 450 flashcards in the next two weeks freaks me out.” – Lisa, Grad Student
Evernote, the multi-platform productivity and notetaking software as a service solution, allows students to efficiently gather study materials – such as the traditional study guides their teachers create – or by clipping interesting web pages or taking pictures on their mobile phones. StudyBlue makes things that make students better at school, such as online flashcards with photos and audio, personalized quizzes and friendly study reminders. Access to all of study materials are online and on students’ mobile phones, all for free.
With students increasingly adopting new technology to help improve their study habits, digital flashcards and online class notes mesh well with the demand for increased mobility. By syncing Evernote and StudyBlue, the creation of online flashcards has never been easier.
Get started with using Evernote and StudyBlue together to improve your studying habits right here.
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