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The Smartest Studiers

The smartest studiers across the US: a new look at college rankings. GUEST COLUMN | by Christopher Klundt It’s pretty widely accepted that the annual U.S. News & World Report’s college rankings don’t capture everything prospective college students want to … Continue reading

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Trends | We Are Smarter than Me

Becky Splitt, co-founder of StudyBlue, presented at TEDxMadison about the power of collaborative learning and the opportunities for technology to bring students together. As she argues, in today’s digital world, the opportunity to bring learners together is not just an improvement … Continue reading

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7 Apps to Survive Finals Season

We know finals can be a stressful time for students. Thankfully, the answer to surviving exams season is not out of reach. There are hundreds of apps available for your phone or tablet that promise to help these last few … Continue reading

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Coffee Number 23

Catching up with the CEO of a leading mobile social study platform. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero There’s beauty and power in a user-created solution. In this eclectic conversation with Becky Splitt, CEO of StudyBlue — yoga poses, Bloody Mary’s … Continue reading

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Watch This | Why We Study

ENLIGHTENING. Soothing voice, daily routines and flashes of sunshine move you to the purpose of studying in this well-done message from a popular online studying platform. 0:23 Source: StudyBlue. Disclaimer: EdTech Digest does not get paid to feature any of … Continue reading

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The New Collaboration

How new technologies are shattering the barriers to studying in a group. GUEST COLUMN | by Becky Splitt Collaboration has been a hot topic in recent years and it still remains an important concept in education, especially as millions of … Continue reading

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EdTech in 2013: Three Trends Set to Have a Big Impact

GUEST COLUMN | by Becky Splitt It’s an unavoidable truth that students live a significant portion of their lives online; school research, internship applications, and social network updates make the Internet a habitual home. The continued influx of mobile devices … Continue reading

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Interview | Changing the ‘Study’ Paradigm with StudyBlue

There are some tools for learning that just feel right. What’s better is when they’re actually good for you, and when the results are amazing. This story is about a little company having a big impact, and that provides for … Continue reading

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Trends | Infographic: Mobile Studying

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Cool Tool | Friends with Brainefits

Students remember things that are personal. And who knows them best? Well their friends of course. This is the premise behind a new application that turns Facebook into a free study tool. Friends with Brainefits, powered by StudyBlue, allows students to leverage … Continue reading

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