Students share and compare online study notes

StudyBlue®, a mobile and online study service, has released new functionality that enables students to share and compare their explanations with those of their peers.
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StudyBlue®, a mobile and online study service, has released new functionality that enables students to share and compare their explanations with those of their peers.

As students create online flashcards on StudyBlue, they are presented with the 30 other most relevant flashcards on the topic. They can then create a new one; review, study or add to an existing card; or view related material or information related to the student author. The cards are ranked by usefulness and mapped to related terms that other students are studying, ensuring they don’t miss key concepts.

View this demonstration video to see the new functionality in action.

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