How to use StudyBlue


StudyBlue is a collaborative learning ecosystem in which students can connect with others who are on a similar learning journey through a shared library of user-generated content.
StudyBlue provides intelligent learning tools for the students to use, such as flashcards, notes, study guides and more.
Teachers should choose this tool for its dynamic style and varied activities for revising topics.
By creating and using digital study materials, students will understand and memorize information faster. Moreover, students can study anywhere on any device since they may use free applications designed for effective learning.


1. First, you access the website

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2. Then, you will have to create an account. You can join with your Facebook or Google account. If not, you can sign up with your e-mail.
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3. After that, you have to choose the category that best describes you (student, teacher or a lifelong learner)
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4. Then, you start studying. You can choose from the materials already done on the website, or you can create your own flashcards.
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5. To create your own flashcards, you have to write the term and add a definition, a picture, a sound, or you may choose from the ones which are already on the website.
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6. After having finished your unit of work (e.g. space), you can choose one of the three activities to check your knowledge.
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7. Finally, you get your quiz. After you do it, you will get your score.
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1) After reading a story, the teacher will divide the class into groups.
2) Each group will be assigned a different chapter of the story and they will have to choose words that they believe are important for the story.
3) Then, they will access the website and will create their unit of work.
4) After that, they will interchange their activities with the other groups, so that everybody reviews the most important words of the story.
5) Finally, each group will tell to the others why they chose those words and how well they did in the other groups’ quizzes.

The teacher will assess collaborative work, how well the students used the tool, grammar and lexis.


  • Klundt, C. (2009). STUDYBLUE | Find and share online flashcards and notes from StudyBlue. Any subject, anywhere, anytime. Retrieved October 20, 2016, from

By Agustina Blehm
ICT - 2016