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10 Great Flashcard Making Tools for Educators

10 Great Flashcard Making Tools for Educators
1- FauxFlash FauxFlash is a great online application that takes the hassle out of flash cards and lets you easily get right to studying. 2- Flashcard DB FlashcardDB is another cool web tool that allows users to make , study and share flashcards online. 3- FunnelBrain FunnelBrain gives your students a new way to learn. 4- StudyDroid You can use StudyDroid to create cards on the web right from your browser. 5- Braineos Braines is an awesome web tool where students can create flashcards, and play games. 6- ProProfs Flashcards This is an online free flashcards maker that lets users print, download, and study using free flashcard software. 7- Flashcards Friends Flashcards Friends allows users to find and modify existing flashcards, share them with friends and many more. 8- Cobo Cards Cobo Cards is a great free flashcard software that enables users to create- alone or in team - flash cards online and save your knowledge. 9- Study Stack 10- Edisco

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