It’s no secret that technology is making students’ lives easier than ever before (the edtech industry alone is expected to receive more than 2B in funding in 2015). In preparation for back-to-school, we wanted to share some top mobile apps you may see in the classroom, library and home this fall.
- RefME is a free tool that eliminates the most miserable part of drafting a term paper: writing bibliographies by hand. The platform allows students and researchers to create citations and bibliographies in a matter of seconds – in fact, and in addition to their mobile app, RefME recently launched a WebClipper extension for Safari and Chrome user, making citing any source as easy as hitting the “like” button on Facebook. Nearly one million students have used RefME to automate citations in more than 7,000 academic formats since it launched in September 2014.
- My Study Life. The free My…
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