Online tool nStudy helps learners and researchers

Via Scoop.itThe eLearning Site

Web browsing reaps a lot of useful information for students and other learners, but web browsers only offer rudimentary ways to store, tag, annotate, organize and analyze it. Until now.

SFU education professors Phil Winne and John Nesbit have developed an online learning tool called nStudy that does all of these things in a way that helps both learners and researchers.

With nStudy, users can create, manipulate and link learning objects—user-created packages of web data such as bookmarks, notes, forms, chats, tags and documents—that help them achieve their learning goals.



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