Technology Tips That Help Increase Productivity When You Are Studying an eLearning Course from Christina Battons's blog

E-learning is gaining its momentum at the moment. In fact, trusted sources report that “Worth around $165 billion USD in 2015, it is expected to exceed $240 billion by 2023.”

However, e-learning, as great as it is, isn’t without its challenges. The thing is that you are not working inside the classroom with your peers and that your tutor won’t (though might in some cases) ask you directly about the progress you have made.

And as we all know, sometimes this leads to poor performance and lack of desire to outperform yourself and achieve positive results.

Moreover, lack of accountability can also lead to low productivity in students.

So, the question is what one can do to deal with this issue. And there is an extensive list of things to do and tools to use to boost one’s productivity when studying some online courses.

4 tools to boost the e-learner’s productivity

30 Boxes

When studying, you need to keep an eye on so many tasks that there is always that risk that some of them might get lost. The only solution here is using a tool that will keep you organized and remind you about the assignments in advance. The app is extremely easy to use and can help you with file sharing and easy organization of all your tasks.

Write or Die

It might sound scary, but many students that used this app in the past can guarantee that it motivates you to keep going. It is easy: very often, the lack of productivity is not a result of bad or uninteresting essay topics for high school. What really causes it is the lack of organizational skills and multitasking. With this tool, you won’t get carried away while working on a project. The tool will keep your thoughts organized and will prevent any possible distraction.
Hemingway App

You might be spending too much time on editing your writing and improving its readability. We have all been there: it is often easier to compose another high school essay than edit what you have already written.

And that is when the Hemingway App comes in handy.
Google Drive
Storing your files in one place that you can access from different devices is no longer a problem. Thanks to Google Drive, you can work from any place and use the files for work whenever needed. And not only that, you can also edit your text documents on the go and upload as many files to the folders as needed.

However, remote education might not be for everyone, as it comes with its own challenges.The good news is that the tools we mentioned above can help you overcome the writer’s block and boost your productivity. Start using them now!

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By Christina Battons
Added Nov 29 '17



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