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Visual learners learn through seeing and retain more information when it’s presented in the form of pictures, diagrams, visual presentations, textbooks, handouts and videos. Here are some Web resources that cater to those needs.
Get your ideas charted out in a visual format with these easy-to-use online brainstorming and organizational tools.
- Charting and Diagrams
Love to put information into charts and diagrams? These tools can help you do that.
- Videos and Photos
Find everything you’ll need to learn through videos and pictures with these tools.
Auditory learners do best in classes where listening is a main concern. These learners prefer verbal lectures and discussions. Auditory learners can get a leg up on their learning with these Web tools
Get all kind of supplementary education materials through these great podcast tools.
- Presentation Tools
Put your notes or classroom information into an audio format with these handy apps.
- Audio Tools
Listen and edit your sounds and music with these tools.
- Text Readers
Understand material better when it’s read out loud? These Web tools can do that for you.
- Audio Books
Those who have trouble retaining information from printed words can listen to their assigned reading instead with help from these sites.
Kinesthetic learners do best when they interact and touch things. They prefer a hands-on approach to learning and enjoy interacting with classroom materials and those around them. These tools can help keep these inquisitive learners busy.
- Note Taking Tools
No matter what you’re reading or watching you can make it more interactive by taking notes and these tools can help.
Mark references for later while you’re researching with these tools.
Get involved with the material with these online applications.
These chatting and networking tools can make it easy to interact with classmates and friends
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