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India’s non-stop rise in the number of internet users has brought about revolutionary changes in education, with e-learning being the most critical advantage. Learning is not restricted to traditional models in classrooms anymore, and can be acquired on the go. Here are some apps for you to remain updated, learn and work whenever you want.

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Trello

This visual tool helps you organise your assignments, projects, study material, and so on, anywhere you want. Imagine you have some holiday projects you need to work on, and your teammates are scattered across the country. Trello solves this nightmare by providing you an online platform to work on assignments in teams, and monitor the progress of the tasks. The offline app comes with study cards, to-do boards and checklists to help you get your work done. There is also the option of adding location to cards to get a map view of your project. (http://bit.ly/2NaTBDZ)

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Wunderlist

This app lets you create as many to-do lists as you want, and reminds you to finish them, apart from providing some much-needed self-motivation. You can keep track of your coursework and assignments. Apart from this, you can access the lists from any device by using your login details. You can also share the lists with classmates and friends to collaborate on projects and assignments. Photos, PDFs, presentations, and so on can also be added and accessed from anywhere, through the app. (http://bit.ly/2KyOmMr)

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Moodle

Have you enrolled in a distance learning course? Then, this app will be your best friend. Moodle allows you to read material while you travel, remain up-to-date with coursework, check deadlines, track the progress of assignments, and even submit them. The course content can be browsed offline, and you can contact people who have taken up the same course and are registered on Moodle. Images, audio, video and such files for assignments, projects or even for reference can be uploaded onto the app, and shared with others. (http://bit.ly/2Lby6As)

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