Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Time Management and Organization

Evernote is a program that can help you organize...everything! By using Evernote note you can save websites, pictures, grammar points, vocabulary words, homework assignments, etc, and it will organize it all for you. You can use Evernote from any computer or smart phone. Start using Evernote and organize your life!

Time Tracker and Bubble Timer are simple tools that keep track of time you spend on any task.Rescue time is a web-based time tracking software to promote focus and productivity. The software offers graphs and visual support. If you're serious about increasing productivity and decreasing distractions, then you need to check this out. Best part is, the Lite version is free!

Track Class
helps you get your school work organized. From reminders to notes to assignments and grades, you'll be on top of your studies!

Shoshiku is a tool specifically designed to help you keep track of your school assignments.

Don't just track your assignments, track your goals as well!
43 Things is a unique website where you list your goals and other users cheer you on until you have reached them.
Ta Da List
and Todo.ly are simple online tools that allow you to create to-do lists.

With the use of an online "whiteboard,"
Squareleaf is a system for creating and managing online sticky notes.

Create an online task list using
Remember the Milk
and then sync that list with Android phones, iPhone, iPod Touch, etc.Diigo is a tool you can use to highlight important information you find on websites and organize your information into study notes.The PocketMod is a small book with guides on each page. These guides or templates, combined with a unique folding style, enable a normal piece of paper to become the ultimate note card.

Use this
Text Compactor to summarize any piece of text you want! Summarize chapters of your textbook to help you study for tests! Be careful not to use this tool for summary assignments since it is not your original work.

The College Board provides a great resource for approaching timed writing. It gives step-by-step instructions for preparation, writing, and editing.

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