Learnist

If you are looking for a great way to share your passion, try Learnist. This is what one group of students used to present their integrative masters project. If you’ve used Pinterest or Tumblr you’ll feel at home. The nice thing about websites like Learnist is that they do all the hard work for you – there’s no coding to do, and you can concentrate on how best to articulate your ideas and focus on content (and they look good without even trying).

Sometimes the temptation on the web is to give things a cursory glance and move on… Learnist has thought about that! On each slide, in the top right-hand corner, there’s a check mark with the text “Mark Done” next to it. It’s a gentle reminder to actually take time out and to read.

Learnist

Reference librarian at Bank Street College Library.

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