EdTech Startup PowerNotes Will Help Your Students, Gather, Organize, and Keep Track Of Their Research.
Are your high school students ready for the rigorous process of researching in college. Chances are they aren’t. While students learn how to write in middle and high school, they often don’t get taught to research like college students. If you ask any freshman college student about writing and researching papers in college they’ll tell you it’s much harder than it is in high school.
That’s why high school students, and heck even middle school students, should start researching with PowerNotes. PowerNotes is a chrome extension that helps students organize their internet. It’s been specifically designed for the academic research process.
PowerNotes starts with highlighting and notes. Users can take notes or highlight on any website they travel to on Chrome and PowerNotes organizes the research into an outline automatically. This takes the headache out of organizing research and when it’s time to go back and write the paper, it becomes much easier.
Using PowerNotes, students can edit, recategorize, and filter research with a click or by dragging and dropping. All of the notes and highlights are organized and easily searchable so users can instantly go back to the information they need.
There are other research tools out there. There’s often highlighting features available on research databases but none have the features that PowerNotes have and they don’t organize the information for you.
“I use the highlighting feature in online research databases, but I prefer PowerNotes because it saves everything in one location, and is incredibly organized.” Lauren, a student at Notre Dame says on the PowerNotes website.
You can find out more at the AT&T EdTech Starutp Pavilion at ISTE 2018, June 24-28th in Chicago, booth #1644. You can also find out more online at powernotes.com