Today’s college students are no strangers to social media and all that it can do for our social interactions.
85% of students at 4-year universities have Facebook profiles.
Here are ten must-try sites that will help you network, collaborate, communicate, and make your daily college tasks a bit easier. Whether you’re having trouble with a math problem, need answers to textbook questions, need study help, or are just looking for resources to learn more, Cramster is the site for you.
The Q&A board is pretty extensive, and is full of experts willing to help with any questions you might have 24/7.
Remember the Milk can be synced up with your Google calendar, Twitter, Black Berry and a number of other services.
If you’re on a computer without Internet access, you can still use Remember the Milk, but you have to install the Google Gears browser plugin.
It will also tell you how many times you’ve postponed each task so you can track your procrastination.
Users can fill out a quick and easy survey to rate different aspects of their internship, including the level of “real life” experience, compensation, networking opportunities and more.
They can also add a comment to describe their experience in more detail.
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