Learning in the 21st century takes many forms. Thankfully, the “old school” age of spiral notebooks, highlighters and photocopies has given way to more technology-driven, hyper-individualized means of committing new knowledge to memory.
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MarginNote takes the entire concept of note-taking and organizing data to another level. With MarginNote, you can quickly and efficiently cull through stacks of PDFs and EPUBs, highlight and save important passages, make additional notes directly into your document’s margins, then condense all of that information into focused study materials.
You can use that hyper-concentrated information to create easily-built, intuitive mind maps – organizing your facts into a form that best serves your particular learning needs.
But MarginNote isn’t just about crafting simple note trees. MarginNote allows you to utilize voice, handwriting, images, hashtags and other web content to create a fully fleshed-out portrait of your studies. You can even synthesize your notes down to flash cards to help drill and embed that knowledge into your brain for a lifetime.