Some of the applications are for using when writing your dissertation, others allow you to create flashcards on Facebook while others allow you to create study groups. My institution only started using Facebook recently – and the list includes some useful links.
Here is the complete list:
- Books iRead: Share the books you’re reading, and see what others think of books with this application.
- Flashcards: With this application, you can create flash cards to help you study on Facebook.
- SkoolPool: Get the lowdown on schools, online and otherwise, with this neat application.
- Rate My Professors: Find out what other students think of professors before you register for their class.
- BookTag: This app offers a great way to share and loan books out to students, plus create helpful quizzes for studying.
- DoResearch4me: This app makes it easy to gather information using your thesis statement, instructions, and more.
- Mathematical Formulas: Distribute formulas, solutions, and more with this application.
- SlideShare: Create presentations to send to students with this slideshow application.
- Calendar: This calendar app from 30 Boxes lets you organize your days, set reminders and share your calendar with others.
- To-Do List: Stay on top of your tasks with this Facebook to-do application.
- Zoho Online Office: You can keep all of your documents online, and even share them with classmates, students, and colleagues.
- UdutuTeach: UdutuTeach allows you to import courses from myUdutu (a course authoring tool) manage which people can take your courses, and track the learners’ progress.
- UdutuLearn: UdutuLearn lets you view courses that you have been given access to and shows your progress.
- Courses: Courses offers loads of functionality for online education, with features that let you add your courses, post announcements and assignments, search university reviews find classmates, create discussions and form study groups.
- Files: Powered by Box.net, this application makes it easy to store and retrieve documents in Facebook, so you can access them anywhere you have a connection.
- WorldCat: Use WorldCat to do research, catalog your library’s collection, and share information with students.
- HeyMath!: These mini-movies explain difficult math concepts, so these are great to share with students or use on your own.
- Study Groups: Get everyone together on your group project by collaborating with this application.