There is a flashcard website known as Quizlet, that you may or may not have heard of. It has become extremely popular with educators and self-learners, as well as those learning languages. 178 more words
On my Latin Page I have updated it with all the resources you need for a complete Latin program. That is four years of Latin study, the end of which is a fair amount of proficiency in reading Latin. 230 more words
This week for my Web Tools course I was asked to explore Student Web Tools. While many of the tools I have already explored can be useful for a student Quizlet is by far the most obvious. 291 more words
Here’s the flashcards mode, which is loaded with features for studying. Starred cards, those options in the sidebar, and slick keyboard shortcuts make these the ultimate flashcards.
Try to name the term for each definition in Learn mode, and they go into the red and green boxes according to your answer. After the blue box is exhausted, the red box is put back into the blue box, and repeat until you get all the words.
To demonstrate its usefulness in language-studying sets, here’s one of my Chinese sets. The word is read out loud and you must type it based on its sound.
Customize how your test works with the sidebar, and generate tests over and over. You can even get a grade at the end!
A favorite, easy, and competitive study mode.
Killing the words really calls for some high WPM as you pass into the higher levels of the game.
I will never be able to truly consider myself as well-versed in technology; very few people have seen it all. But I do love searching out the best I can find, and once I find it, I stick with it. 1,149 more words