When it comes to taking notes in college or school, kids who have learning and thinking challenges can face significant difficulties. They may find it difficult to write and organise their notes while they are listening. Alternatively, they may find it difficult to keep up with an instructor due to a poor processing speed. These note-taking apps can be of assistance.
Keeping up with the most recent studies might be difficult. Every year, thousands of new research articles are published in peer-reviewed journals. There are also reports, white papers, and corporate documents to consider. When it comes to finding the most recent or influential papers, your standard research tools can help, but you still have hundreds of publications on your desktop – and no time to read them! Simply reading the abstract does not provide you with enough information about how essential an article may be to your work.
Evernote allows students to take notes on several devices at the same time. Their ability to construct and organise notebooks for various themes, incorporating lists, text and other types of material, such as photographs, sounds, and other media, is demonstrated. Evernote’s UI is straightforward, which may be beneficial for children who are prone to becoming sidetracked. Students can also personalise the app’s design by using highlighters, typefaces, and colour coding, as well as share notes they’ve prepared.
Using Scholarcy, an online article summarizer tool, you can instantly assess the importance of any document by having it read and summarised in seconds. Scholarcy can read and summarise research papers, reports, and book chapters in seconds, and then break them down into bite-sized portions.
Researchers and students have told us that by identifying crucial information such as study participants, data analysis, main findings, and limits, the time spent appraising a study can be reduced by more than 70%.
Authoring a summary flashcard of any article, report, or document in Word or PDF format is made possible using Scholarcy’s article summarizer tool. It can be customised to extract figures, tables, and images from cited sources and to produce links to open access versions of those sources.
Scholarcy assists you in reading an article quickly, following the arguments, and extracting the most important elements in minutes. If you’re looking for a certain article that was referenced, it’s merely a click away.
A research tool powered by artificial intelligence for pupils who are thinking forward.
Thematic breakdowns and instant summaries are both available.
– Classifications based on keywords
– Question answering driven by artificial intelligence – Search for keywords and relevant points throughout whole reading lists
– Notes and annotations stored in the cloud.