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4 Online Productivity Tools For College Students

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Technology plays a huge role in modern education. Besides online courses, apps and websites are helping college students meet their academic deadlines and keep their work organized.

Regardless of how busy your academic schedule is, you can still take the time to enjoy college social life without compromising your studies — as long as you are organized and prepared. Here are four productivity tools that can help you balance your busy life while still enjoying it.

1. Bibme.org

Having problems writing your bibliography for your research paper or dissertation? BibMe is an online tool that supports MLA, APA, Chicago, and Turabian style. It’s a free automatic citation creator, and you can choose whichever format that you want. Using Bibme can help you save time writing those tedious bibliographies.

2. Zoho.com

Zoho can help you do everything from organizing large documents to managing academic presentations. This platform is convenient to use and flexible. You can also access your documents on your phone because it is mobile-optimized. Aside from that, importing and exporting documents in different formats is not a problem with this tool.

3. Edugeeksclub.com

This is the solution to your dissertation writing problems. It provides valuable writing do’s and don’ts in creating every part of your paper. This site will also help you plan out big writing projects ahead of time. Editing and proofreading your written work will not be a problem anymore because Edugeeksclub also offers a paper format and editing guide.

4. Mindgenius.com

With so many different classes and projects going on at once, just keeping up with your workload can be difficult for college students. Mindgenius is a mind-mapping online application that will change your note-taking and researching experience. It is fast, extremely convenient, and very useful for students. The app has redesigned templates that you can choose from as you begin your mind-mapping session.

Did I miss your favorite tool for keeping up with college? Share your must-have apps and websites in the comments section below.

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