We have all done this. Google a doubt or copy paste Wikipedia in our projects and reports. But did you ever stop and think that will this ever help me in life?
If you have ever tried studying something online, you will know how tough it is. Yes there is a plethora of information and a lot of it is free for use too but you know you can’t trust most of it. I mean “never believe everything you read on the Internet” right? But say you do find a few trustful websites; but where do you start from? How complete is the source material? How updated is the content? For college students a general question is: Is this even in my syllabus?
We at Noted are trying to solve these and many more problems related to online education and learning in general.
Noted is a Social Learning platform.
What does that mean?
Think of it as Facebook meets your textbook. But unlike a traditional textbook, content is properly divided into many small and searchable ‘concepts’ and create unlimited private ‘notes’ of those concepts. It is not an endless saga of boring text but has videos and photos to keep it more interesting. There are multiple explanations to a concept so you can read your teacher’s explanation but also that of a classmates’ and decide which one you like the best. It is social, so you can follow teachers, class scholars and subject domain experts or if you are a lone ranger, subscribe to subjects of your liking and get updates for them.
What makes Noted different?
- Content is crowd-sourced and free for all. You can learn and teach for free.
- It is social. So you can follow the class scholar and get all their notes.
- It has multiple explanations in text, video, image and soon audio too.
- You can create unlimited notes (private or public)
- A platform for learning: When you are bored, instead of going to the garbage online, you can learn something new.
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