6 Top Productivity Apps for Online Students

6 Top Productivity Apps for Online Students
Beth Dumbauld

Online students who enjoy the highest levels of success in their college courses and degree programs are those who are also most productive with their available time.

So, when you're taking online courses for your college degree, it only makes sense to use technology to reduce your most pressing productivity challenges. With a growing number of time-saving apps to choose from, it can be difficult to know which ones best meet the needs of online students.

That's why we've prepared a list of the best apps and tools-- ones that also offer free versions--to help you overcome your biggest productivity challenges, including scheduling classes, remembering tasks, and finding inspiration to reach your goals.

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Here they are, the 6 top productivity apps and tools for online students:

Keep all your (home)work in one place

Evernote

This app helps you keep track of all your notes, documents, and images - and makes it easy to find everything you need for use in assignments, class projects, and presentations.

Get inspired

TED

Looking for inspiration? Need a launching pad for the next phase of your career? TED's official app shares inspirational thought leadership from education experts, tech geniuses, medical mavericks, business gurus, music legends and other remarkable minds. When you are stuck in a rut, the TED App can be a fantastic tool to help you get unstuck and gain a new perspective on what it takes to succeed.

Create a to-do list as flexible as your online courses

MyLifeOrganized (MLO)

If you are like most online college students, you have a number of activities you must get done in the day. As an adult learner, you'll have competing responsibilities with work, family, and school, creating a need for schedule flexibility. This task management tool will help you keep your highest priorities, including coursework, on track even when life keeps moving things around.

Remember the daily things you need to do to keep moving towards your degree

Remember The Milk

If you're a working adult going back to school, it can be extremely hard to keep track of the many things you need to get done each day. Remember the Milk is a free tool that's compatible with most devices, and can help remind you of important deadlines as well as the little things you need to get done in order to keep moving towards your degree.

Get a handle on your class schedule and grade status

I Studiez

Check this app out if your could benefit from having one place to manage your class schedule, your homework assignments, quizzes, and exams - and want to sync all of this with a record of your grades. It's great for knowing if you are staying on track in your classes, or veering off course. There's also lite version you can try out for free.

Find your optimal work, life & school balance

Rescue Time

If you find yourself saying you don't have enough time to complete your degree, this tool will help you get a handle on how you truly spend your day.

It will also help you focus your time on activities, like studying, that will help you achieve your goals that matter most.

Use it, don't lose it

If you are a current student, do you know which productivity tools are already built into your courses and degree program? Before you branch out, take stock of what productivity tools you already have access to.

Find out if your e-textbooks have built-in citation tools or an app that lets you take it on the go (even when you don't have internet), learn how to use online tutoring to get the help you need when you need it, and turn to your student dashboard to monitor progress in your courses -- and keep yourself accountable to reaching your goals. After all, if you are already paying for it, use it!

Ready to enroll? Find out which courses to start with your free personalized degree plan today!

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