Kim WellsBall

Tools That Make College Paper Writing Easy

Press Release   •   Feb 20, 2017 09:47 EST

Saying that college paper writing could be made easy is a little pretentious. There are many problems you encounter when you need to write on a boring topic and the deadline is pressuring you. Maybe you don’t have enough ideas, you don’t understand what the topic of the paper calls for, you cannot find the right resources or you simply cannot construct a properly-structured academic paper. Regardless of the challenges you are facing, these tools will help you find a solution:

Notesy

You may think that academic writing is the most complicated thing in the world, but you’ll understand that it’s easier than it first appears as soon as you go back to simplicity. Notesy is a simple text editor that will help you take important notes and stay away from distractions while working on that paper. The app enables you to preview files, search for information, view links, and do much more than the usual note-taking apps allow you to.

Homework Help

When all attempts fail and you are certain that you cannot complete that project all on your own, it’s time to bring out the big guns. YourHomeworkHelp enables you to hire professional writing and editing assistance and rely on a real expert from the niche. There is no better way to complete a well-researched, authoritative paper no matter how short the deadline is.

TED

If the particular topic doesn’t spark any ideas, then TED is the perfect place to start looking for them. Today’s college students can hardly imagine their lives without this website that holds an immense amount of resources provided by experts in various fields.

Encyclopedia.com

Since your professors do not consider Wikipedia to be a relevant academic resource (who could blame them?), you need to find another place that holds information on any topic you need to research. That’s Encyclopedia.com. At this website, you will find valuable links to authoritative reference books that you can feel free to rely on.

HippoCampus

If you missed few classes or you simply don’t understand the course material properly, then you’ll appreciate this website. HippoCampus offers lectures from the fields of sociology, economics, psychology, biology, algebra, earth science, history and government, and other niches.

Google Docs

This is where you write the actual content. Google Docs enables you to create and save all your papers, calendars, spreadsheets, and other types of documents. The best part is that you can use it for your team projects and collaborate with your teammates in the quickest, easiest manner.

Evernote

Academic writing calls for some serious note-taking. Evernote is the best resource you could use during the brainstorming and research phases. You can organize your notes and access them at any time.

This iPad app is unbelievably helpful during the research and writing stage. It syncs your documents to Dropbox and enables you to work on the paper whenever you get inspired. Tablets are not that comfortable and reliable when it comes to writing academic content, but Writing Kit changes that.

Outliner

Skipping the outlining stage of academic writing is not a smart thing to do. The outline will keep your paper organized and your arguments connected to the main thesis. Instead of outlining the paper in your usual word processor, you can use Outliner – an app that enables you to create a clean outline and rearrange the different parts with the easy-to-use drag-and-drop feature.

Dictionary.com

When an academic term confuses you, Dictionary.com is the right place to turn to. This website provides you with more than simple definitions of terms; it links you to other useful tools and can serve as a reliable style guide.

Now that you have the right tools, it’s time to write that paper!