Students Find Big Study Groups Online

[ 0 ] January 12, 2011 |

Students don’t just turn to the internet or apps for socializing and basic research but for study groups, class note support and general collaborative learning as well.

Sites such as Open Study and UnClasses focus on the group study spectrum while sites such as CourseHero and VarsityNotes allow students to share class notes.  Collaborative learning environments such as LiveMocha provide learners with a platform to study and engage with others in order to perfect their curriculum.  In the case of LiveMocha, students read, speak and study a foreign language with the online tools and with native speakers.

What sites or apps would you add to this list?  What are the key features or benefits that are attractive to learners?

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Category: Higher Education, K-12

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