November 2017

Homework Apps

Our Librarians have picked out some apps to help you and your kids keep up with their homework assignments.

One Note logo One Note. Shape your thoughts just like you would with pen and paper using this note-taking app. Type, write, or draw, clip ideas from the web, and save images. Syncs with Evernote on all devices. Free.

Compatibility: Windows | Apple: iOS 10.0 and up | Android: 4.4 and up

myHomework app logo myHomework Student Planner. Track assignments, projects, tests, classes, and more. Set due date reminders. Sync all devices. Free.

Compatibility: Windows | Apple: iOS 8.0 and up | Android: varies with device

Quizlet app logo Quizlet. Create study sets, flashcards, games, and more and share with your classmates. Free.

Compatibility: Apple: iOS 9.0 and up | Android: varies with device

Socratic app logo Socratic. Take a photo of your homework question and the app searches a database for answers, solutions, explanations, and more. Answers are curated from a community teachers, students, and people who want to make learning easier. Free.

Compatibility: Apple: iOS 9.0 and up | Android: 4.1 and up

Brainfuse app logo Homework HelpNow from Brainfuse. Submit questions to tutors, take class notes, track homework assignments, access flashcards, and more. First time users must create an account on the Homework HelpNow website. Free with the use of your Library card.

Compatibility: Apple: iOS 8.1 and up | Android: 4.0 and up

edX app logo edX. Free online courses from the best universities and institutions in the world including Harvard, MIT, Microsoft, the Smithsonian, and more. No application needed and courses are open 24-7. Free.

Compatibility: Apple: iOS 8.0 and up | Android: 4.0 and up