The Best Websites for Students
This is a compilation of a few useful websites for students. A student’s life can be hard and challenging so here are a few tools to help you organize your school work, be it during class or at home. Those websites will help boost your productivity.
Todoist – my task manager of choice. I like the clean design, organizational features, and the fact that all my tasks sync across multiple platforms. However, I will say that the bulk of my task management happens on paper/whiteboards these days. Todoist just functions as one of the quick capture components of my system.
Lynda – a huge library of video courses that can help you learn tons of skills, mainly centred around computing and media production. Lynda is particularly good for learning the ins and outs of computer software.
Coggle – a cool little mind-mapping (one of my favourite note-taking methods) tool that lives in your browser
Bibme – a tool that can help you automatically generate bibliographies and source citations. I like it better than similar tools because it lets you search for books and other sources; if it recognizes what you searched for, it can often auto-fill all the citation fields.
Originally Published By: CollegeInfoGeek