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Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Digital Cornell Notes

One tool we use at our school to help retain information is Cornell notes because it helps students to internalize, study, and retain information. Today I found a free online tool called that allows you to create, store, and study Cornell notes as well as create flashcards. It even has a neat feature which allows you to fold the paper in half to put it into "study mode". Creating a note is very simple, just click and type. You can also add images and then annotate them. Accounts for teachers and students are completely free without ads. If you are in study mode then might be a great tool for your students and you.

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