With school getting into full swing these days, it is important for students to work on their organizational abilities. In this increasingly technological age, boxes of crayons and notebooks with tabs are being replaced with digital apps and files it seems. Not only that, but even yesterday's technology gets replaced in a blink of an eye. My youngest daughter's Christian school just told her to leave last year's flash drive at home and sign up for Dropbox. Trying to keep up with the best ways to use and organize the technology can be overwhelming.
That's why I am thankful for the series of "New Student Tips" Dr. David Murray is doing over at his HeadHeartHand blog. Clearly explained and carefully linked, he guides you through the top_ _web applications that can help you not only order your educational life, but all of it. I am not sure how many more he intends to do in this series, but here are the links of the articles so far. They have been beneficial to me, and I have even learned more about the ones I am already using. Also, the good news is that these are all free!
So whether a new student or an old one like me, take a look at these articles for good ideas and aids. Setting them up and learning how to use them will take some minimal work up front, but will save you much work in the future.