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Constructing Beautiful Study Guides

September 7th, 2007 · 3 comments

Gideon over at Scholastici.us just posted a study guide he generated to help prepare for a German test (pdf available here). I’m blown away by how slick this thing looks. By using Curio and Apple Numbers he was able to cram a lot of key information into an intuitive format. (For Windows users, he says One Note or Word would do the trick).

A good example of leveraging technology to make a basic concept (e.g., a concise study guide) more effective.

3 thoughts on “Constructing Beautiful Study Guides

  1. quanm1ng says:

    Hey Cal, both Scholastici.us and Mindfulink are down. Any chance that you might have a copy of this slick study guide? I really hope to take a look. Thanks.

  2. Study Hacks says:

    Hey Cal, both Scholastici.us and Mindfulink are down. Any chance that you might have a copy of this slick study guide? I really hope to take a look. Thanks.

    Unfortunately, I don’t have a copy.

  3. florence says:

    Hi Cal,
    Yeah I faced the same difficulties too – a few of your posts linked to website which is now not workable, so your readers wouldn’t really understand what your article is about (ie: in this case, what’s a good study guide like?) Would you mind helping us out?

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