Theater Study and Movie Production and Analysis Using iFlipTipsPro For iPhone and iPad

iStock_000015664473XSmallAre you a fan of theatrics? Is watching live action shows, orchestrated music, unique lighting, and special effects take place in the flesh a hobby close to your heart? Then you’ve probably entered the field as a team member of stage design or production crew. The difference between Theater and the Analysis-focused course of the subject is their concentrations. In Theater, you learn actor-related history, techniques, and the art of live entertainment. In Analysis, you learn about the prominent figures of stage production and the progression of story-telling, to stage, to film. It zones in on the construction behind a show, and techniques on how to bring it together. While Theater practices lines, movement and character association, Analysis practices script interpretation, scheduling tips, creative input, and emphasizes team cooperation. Theater is the sundae toppings that dress up a scoop of ice cream – it makes the iced milk a sweet desert. Whereas, analysis is the ice cream itself, without it, the treat could not exist. But this chilled indulgence, which comes in so many flavors, requires a tedious amount of work to make, as does the making of a play, formed with detail and dedication. This app is like an all-in-one utensil to help you make the most luscious flavors and accentuate your brand of studying.

Easy Learning

Notetaking involved in this type of work is all about stage design metaphors and scene framework, introducing strategies for scenery painting and innovation, lighting components, combinations, and terms, mapping out the costume process, music enhancing, and instilling management ethics. In order to make this portion of the course smoother, use iFlipIdeas to store all of the different topics into separate folders. Each of the three main sections use this organizing system for neat and easy reference, and when you delete them, they are kept in the archive section when you want to restore them for future pursuits in subcategories of theater or old lectures. Each of the three main sections also includes a text, imagery, audio, and video tool to highlight the key ideas of anything that is better learned by example. It’s also really convenient to be able to make these notes in class, and then just carry it all around at once without equipment or paper!

iStock_000013773033XSmallCostuming, for instance, is a duty that involves a talented eye, functionality and practicality, and remembering lots of terminology. Their tools alone include a collection of clothing references throughout the eras, becoming linear with lighting designers, and creatively composing accessories, fabric and easy dress-changes for the best imitation of the scripted character. Take pictures of fabric samples and use the text tool to track their costs. Use iFlipCards, which are virtual flashcards, to create Q&A formats of vocabulary and costume themes from different time periods to quiz you for the various exams on plays.

The same concept can be used for scenery painters who must use multiple strategies in order to create 3-D landscaping out of cardboard flats. They must utilize the entire space of a set, while imagining original insertion and removal of props and effects. They must then get all their ideas out on a 3-D diagram, either virtually using programs or physically using material. The imagery tool and video tool can be great assets to this process at every step, using iFlipCards for their many questions requiring answers.

Lighting designers must learn difficult terms and have detailed attention to incremental discrepancies of color change and effect on stage, which is where quiz cards are a great aide once again. This huge amount of topics can also be said for each of the other subcategories included in stage production, and will go in greater depth if you chose to take one of these responsibilities on as a concentration for your degree.

Teams

You’ll find yourself doing a lot of group work on recreating plays and having individual tasks that call for visual models or representations with researched evidence and resources for your ideas, costs, and countering negative aspects. For every presentation, use the slideshow feature to exemplify your models. Take pictures of location for scenery, inspiration for fabric, or video tape lighting concepts and changes, and record music samples. The iFlipSlides is a tool that will really help you with plot points, scene organization, and the three-act structure. You can make a folder for each play, and make a slide for each scene – record the lines, take pictures, tape movement specifications, and input notes about the particular scene in the text tool. Then you can use the sorting tool when you make your own play, so you can see them as a whole, or when you read sections out of order in the play to keep track. The three-act structure involves a lot of figuring out how to make the play whole with a beginning, middle and end. Every scene has multiple acts, and each one of these requires a different set of blue prints to produce. So practice with the slideshow tool to dissect a script properly, and see it in a full spectrum – that way, all the details that go into each act can be visualized virtually instead of on a giant, scribbled out chart.

Musical aspects of the production are centered on intuitive feel for emotion, audience reciprocation, and flow. Flipslides are essential for sorting out that key sequence with audio samples, while making notes for the tech-guy controlling the switchboard during performances.

Smiling colleagues having a business meetingAs a director, you will be responsible for keeping an eye on production progress and making sure that each member of the crew is compromising yet voicing their views succinctly. This task requires lots of communication! But it is often hard to make group gatherings whenever something needs an agreement or vote – until now that is! TECHtionary has invented this app that also shares each note, slide and card online through Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin and email! This is especially useful when you find a bump in estimated production costs, and need every one’s opinion to decide on the alternative! Post pic samples of the black and brown combination suit for Mr. Green over the agreed green and brown comb is best based on cost difference. Or post a video of you asking whether this certain emotion within Mr. Green is better for a particular scene over another sample of the actor’s interpretation of his lines during table reading. Fast, simple and accessible summarizes the boost in self and group study that iFlipTipsPro provides.

Even More Simplified

With the iFlipCal, meetings, studying, and every event in your life are never missed because you are notified through your phone instantly for reminding. It just makes those big group meetings a lot more planned out. Plus, assignments can be scheduled in intervals so that you are never behind.

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Staying Alert Using iFlipTipsPro – iPhone/iPad App

Woman drinking coffee directly from a dispenserAs college students, we are always looking for ways to keep awake. Some of us are downing ridiculous amounts of energy drinks to keep alert in class, while others are making multiple stops to the local coffee shop as a daily necessity. Some of us are instant coffee advocates for our wallet’s sake, filling those thermoses four, five, sometimes six times a day! Up late last night partying or kicking butt on that X-Box Live with a dozen friends! Then it’s out for lunch today with parents trying to indulge them and the ‘quality time adage’. Then there’s the studying-frenzy deep into the grayish dawn light, until you find yourself rereading the same sentence ten times over before losing count. And finally there’s the crashing at our keyboards – you know how it is, waking up with the letter nnnnnnnnnn, in a frenzy of on-going pages in your word document. Ugh.

Stop vying for your skinny espresso, doubling up on shots with each passing month. Stop frantically searching for the best brand of energy drinks with the least calories. Stop stocking up on ‘just-add-water’ items. Get healthy, stay awake, and resist the tendency to spend money on those sketchy prescription alternatives. With iFlipTipsPro from TECHtionary, replace your caffeine fix with a new addiction that’s equally good while remaining natural.

Apples, and Oranges, and Carrots! Oh My!

This is a juicing method that requires a machinery purchase of sorts and an outlet for convenient plugging in. This method is probably the most effective of the four. You will be amazed at the amount of energy you’ll have coursing through your body. The negatives include the noisiness and requirement of a slight clean up. But once you’ve tried it, you’ll know why it’s worth the maintenance. First, use iFlipIdeas to take pictures of different juicing types and note the feature discrepancies with the audio tool. This way, you’ll find the best bargain. There are a number of superb juicers; it’s just a matter of what kind of extra characteristics you want for convenience. For instance, some require you to peel the fruit before hand; others allow you to drop it in entirely. Some juicers have one trash bucket and a grinder to clean; others call for a little more elbow grease.

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Second, buy items on sale. You can use the iFlipPads to take a picture of the coupons in the newspapers to remind yourself of the sales, and write notes about ones to bring with you during your shopping trip. One of the best combos includes carrots, celery, an apple, and lemon. Some people are prone to trying this technique with berries, and although it’s possible and provides nutrition, it’s very little juice for each piece of fruit. Then there’s watermelon, pineapple, apples, oranges, spinach, carrots, and parsley! There are even recipes with garlic – but it’s a very pungent taste, so use sparingly. Keep a list of recipes that you experiment with in the iFlipCards section. The Q&A style format is perfect for taping videos of you making the combos, or adding reminders of which to alter and which to throw out. Put all the recipes in one folder with a different card representing each, or categorize the folders by main ingredients with various versions of the recipe. The folder system keeps all your notes, cards, and slides organized, and the archive section stores all deletions in case you want to revisit a forgotten recipe. The more you get familiar with your body’s response, you can pick out fruits that provide you with the most utilized vitamins for your liver, heart, eyes, and most importantly your mind! It’s like a surge of energy! If you’ve been eating poorly for the past few months with fast and junky food, or polluting your body with alcohol and other recreational substances, it can be such a cleansing boost – while making you nauseous. But if that’s the case, it does get better!

There are a lot of juicing joints that sell shots of wheatgrass for $1.50 and up! The problem with these places is that their drinks are normally supplemented with some sort of sherbert or yogurt which can be lower in calories or fat, but is still high in sugar. And wheatgrass can be grown by the tub in your own room, and doesn’t warrant the extra cost or a gag reflex. Don’t take wheatgrass on an empty stomach. If you do, you may find yourself feeling a very strong headache which is a good thing in essence because it’s healing damage done by toxins in your body, but can give you a bad experience. Another thing most consumers don’t know is that fresh juiced fruit and veggies lose their nutrient-value after the first ten minutes! Once it goes through that shoot, the extraction is at its’ highest peak, and it soon wanes with every passing moment. That’s why, if you were to drink it right after you made it, you’d have that wired energy to conquer everything on your to-do list! It usually lasts for a good eight hours with no crashing drop.

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Ice your feet! This may seem crazy, but icing your body even when it’s already cold out is a mind numbing way to shock your muscles and bring you back to life! To do this you’ll need 1 pound of ice (but they usually sell it in 5-pound increments), a bucket, and mildly warm water. Fill the bucket halfway with ice and add the water. Since most students are in dorms with no tub, the feet way is a condensed version; otherwise you’d use 20 pounds of ice in your bath instead. Then just slip your feet in at once! This is a more instantaneous form of staying awake, and it doesn’t last very long, in fact, you may consider keeping it on a towel in a corner for the night in case you need it to refresh your senses while studying. oops keyKeep it away from outlets or electronics of any kind! Accidents happen! –This is a funny one though because you can take a picture or video of you and the puckered face you’ll make as you submerge your feet. Then, post it online via Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin or email so that everyone can comment on it. Use iFlipSlides to keep a record of it, and stage an on-going bet with the first post to see how many times you’ll have to do it during the night to keep you up. It’s a fun way to be interactive with your friends which will give you the adrenaline to keep your eyes pried open too.

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If it’s mighty difficult for you to stay alert while commuting to school – sometimes you may even miss your stop – then try jogging in between classes. Even running in place is a good way to keep your heart rate up, get exercise, and stay in high spirits for the day. Or get up a little bit early to put in some dance moves! Jam out to your favorite song with your ear buds in, and shimmy your way to prepping for the day.

Find Some Fresh Air

app-whisper-recommendation-ifliptipsA lot of the time, we exhaust our mental capabilities by staring at a computer screen for hours upon end, or strain our necks pouring over notes. Record your notes for classes, verbally, with the audio tool in iFlipIdeas. Then, listen to a few sessions instead, while playing those games, or doing some light stretching, or even just taking a walk around campus. You may miss some things initially, but repeatedly listening to it will instill the information even so. Use iFlipCal to schedule small study breaks where you can listen to notes while still spending a few minutes away from homework. It might be all you need to come back with a brilliant idea for your essay, or the correct answer for that equation you’ve spent hours on. With the push notifications, you can schedule every important event including that extra ten minute dance session in the morning and down to the tiniest self-study reprieves!

With these suggestions, staying awake isn’t so damaging to the body. Having an on-hand device to help you makes it all that more impacting. Just make sure to catch up on sleep at some point. To avoid burning out, it’s recommended that you get at least a solid eight hours of undisturbed sleep once a week (that’s sufficient for us college kids) to make sure that your body receives the time it needs to organically repair and recharge itself.

iFlipTips as a Personal Organizer – iFlipDiary

ifliptips-iphone-1With more information to remember, more tasks to complete and more appointments to attend, it’s never been more important to have a suitable personal organizer. The iFlipTips app provides a handy way to keep all your personal notes, reminders, task lists and appointments in one place. The versatile nature of the app means you can capture thoughts and ideas as they occur to you during the day, and sort them into folders that provide you with the kind of organizational system you need.

Although the iTunes app store has plenty of existing personal organization apps, often these use complex systems that require just as much time to maintain as it takes you to do the tasks themselves. The systems used by these apps are often also rigid, so you have to organize your tasks and reminders in a method specified by the app, rather than being able to create your own system. iFlipTips is simple to use, but is so customizable that you can create the kind of personal organizer system that works for you, without having the app dictate how you should capture and save your tasks.

One way of using iFlipTips as a personal organizer is to create an iTips-Ideas folder for each day of the week. To do this, click on “View” under the iTips-Ideas heading, then tap “Edit” in the top right-hand corner of the screen, before adding a folder for each week day. You can also use the sub-folders to organize your reminders for each day into individual folders, such as “Tasks” and “Appointments”, so you can retrieve the information you need quickly.

This organization system also means you can organize your week’s reminders in advance, so you don’t have to remember tasks and appointments on the day. Spending an hour each week organizing your reminders for the next seven days can save you time and stress on each individual day, as all you then have to do is look up the information and be at the required place, or complete the required task, at the specified time.

One of the key pieces of organization advice you might hear is to separate private tasks and appointments from those associated with work. Using iFlipTips as a personal organizer helps you separate out your work life from your personal life. If you use your iPhone calendar for personal appointments, you can use iFlipTips to organize work meetings and deadlines, and vice versa.

The iFlipTips app’s folders system means you can keep all information you need in one place, including shopping lists, reminders and upcoming appointments, so you don’t need to switch between different apps to get the information you need. The variety mediums used in the app – text, image, video and audio – mean you can capture information in different ways. If it takes to long to describe a design or concept you want to discuss with a colleague using text, simply take a picture or video of it to show them later.

ifliptips-ipad-2 ifliptips-iphone-1Personal organization doesn’t have to be complicated. The iFlipTips app provides a helpful system that enables you to quickly store tasks and reminders for later, leaving you with more time to get on with doing what really matters.

 

Theatre Studies Using iFlipTips – iPhone/iPad App

When you embark on a Theatre Studies course, you’ll encounter a mixture of practical examinations and written theory. Because both your practical and written work will count towards your final grade, and even whether you pass the course, you need to be prepared for both.

Most study apps focus on the written side of the course, but iFlipTips is different. This app can help you succeed in both the written aspects and the practical performance modules too.

Studying for written theory exams

Part of theatre studies involves learning about different theories and practitioners that have influenced the theatrical world in previous decades.

Try creating separate folders for each notable theory or practitioner. Within each folder, you can create individual iTipsIdeas cards that focus on a different theory or dramatic style. Record video or audio clips of sample plays, as well as image of notable performances. This is especially useful when learning about styles like Japanese Kabuki theatre, where having a visual representation of the style is a lot more memorable than a written description.

Test your knowledge of different styles and theories using iFlipCards. On the question side, include a prompt about a certain style, then on the ‘answer’ side; make a note of all the prompts you need to include in the essay answer to obtain a high grade.

You can also use the app to create class presentations with iFlipSlides. If you have to showcase the work you’ve done so far, or present research on different theatrical techniques or styles, iFlipSlides helps you create beautiful slideshows without using a computer.

Studying for practical exams

Practical exams are trickier to ‘study’ for, as preparing for these assessments involves more rehearsal time than traditional study time. Because of its versatility, however, iFlipTips can still help you deliver the practical performance you need to get a high grade. Thanks to the video recorder, you can tape your rehearsals. This gives you the opportunity to analyze your performance later and see where you need to improve.

You can also use the app’s text and audio recorder to help learn your lines. Record an audio version of the performance piece and listen to it while out and about. Alternatively, use iFlipCards to test how well you know your lines so far. On the ‘question’ side of the card, write the line before, and then write your line on the ‘answer’ side. This will help you familiarize yourself with your cues and increase your confidence.

 

About – iFlipTips – iPhone/iPad Study App

That’s where iFlipTips comes to the rescue. This revolutionary study app from TECHtionary works on iPhone and iPad and will help you create your own knowledge database, filled with text, images, audio clips and video clips. The app is designed to help you break down information into bite-sized pieces, build flash/flipcards, helping you learn quicker, and also improving the rate at which you can recall information faster during your exams too.  iFlipTips works because you can create flash/flipcards anywhere you are, in class, on the go, at home in bed, anywhere you are.

How does iFlipTips work?

iFlipTips contains three sections: iTipsIdeas, iFlipCards and iFlipSlides. Each of the three sections enables you to create your own digital ‘flashcards’, which can contain text, audio, video and images.  You can study all the relevant graphs, charts and diagrams you need, without having to carry around sheets of paper or books. Using the audio feature, you can record lectures and seminars to ensure you have all the important facts and figures you need to ace your exams.

iTipsIdeas cards are useful for learning facts, and can also help you structure papers and assignments too. As all your study notes are on your iPhone or iPad, you can take them with you wherever you go and add to or edit them as you please. iFlipTips has a helpful folders system, so you can save your notes in one place for easy access later.

When it’s time to test what you know, use iFlipCards to create a mock exam. These cards are the digital versions of traditional question and answer cards. Using them, you can identify any gaps in your knowledge before you get to the exam itself, giving yourself plenty of time to check and double check you’ve learned everything you need.

iFlipSlides is one of the app’s newer features, will help you with any class presentations that are required as part of your course. Like the other cards in the app, you can add text, images, audio and video clips to create beautiful and professional-looking slideshows, even without a computer. As a busy student, you’ll love the fact that you can create slides and cards on the go, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing.

The iFlipTips Calendar

The iFlipTips calendar is a valuable tool for the whole school year, but can especially help when you’re studying for exams. Enter details of your classes, keep track of upcoming exams and use the calendar to create a detailed study plan.

With different icons for practically every event you can imagine, you can tell at a glance what each appointment is for. The calendar also sends push notifications directly to your iPhone, so you get a helpful reminder each day when it’s time to study.

iFlipTips is designed to make your studying as easy and efficient as possible. Use the app, you can stick to your study plan, and you’ll be amazed at the results.

 

 

History Study Using iFlipTips

History is complex subject to study. As well as being able to recite facts and figures, you also need to answer in-depth essay questions. Therefore, preparing for a history exam is different to other exams, as it bridges the gap between factual subjects like science and more subjective discussion and essay-based subjects like art.

So how can iFlipTips help you with this?

Images, audio and video

Using the app, you can record lectures and seminars using the audio recorder function. If slideshows are involved, you can also tape presentations and review them later as part of your study process.

You can also take pictures of timelines and store them in the app. This saves you time as you don’t have to write them out. Make your own flow charts showing a chain of events or mind maps that provide an overview of a topic and store images of these on an iFlipTips card. Doing this allows you to study on the go instead of having to carry around paper copies of charts and diagrams.

Study Notes

Using iTipsIdeas cards to create study notes. If you have time, it’s helpful to do this straight after each class or module while the information is still fresh in your mind. However, you can also do this separately in preparation for exams.

IFlipCards are useful for testing your knowledge of facts, or to create mock essay questions. You can use the ‘answer’ side of the card to either contain a simple answer or, in the case of essay questions, a list of points that you need to include. You can also include the marking specifications for that particular module to grade your answers and give yourself an indication of how thoroughly you know the information.

Using iFlipSlides, you can create slide shows, either for class presentations or as part of your study program. The act of simply creating a slideshow on a particular topic, even if you don’t publicly present it, can be a helpful way of studying for an exam.

Organization

Separate your cards up into different folders for each module or semester. Organizing your history notes will make it a lot easier to streamline your study process. For example you can use different main folders for different historical periods, and then use sub-folders for different events or topics within that historical period.

The app’s calendar is helpful for organizing your study program. Once you’ve finished learning something, you can archive it so it no longer appears in your main notes list but is still viewable through the ‘settings’ part of the app. Organization is one of the most important components of successful studying so keeping your notes relevant will help you focus on what you still need to do.

About – iFlipTips – iPhone/iPad Study App

That’s where iFlipTips comes to the rescue. This revolutionary study app from TECHtionary works on iPhone and iPad and will help you create your own knowledge database, filled with text, images, audio clips and video clips. The app is designed to help you break down information into bite-sized pieces, build flash/flipcards, helping you learn quicker, and also improving the rate at which you can recall information faster during your exams too.  iFlipTips works because you can create flash/flipcards anywhere you are, in class, on the go, at home in bed, anywhere you are.

How does iFlipTips work?

iFlipTips contains three sections: iTipsIdeas, iFlipCards and iFlipSlides. Each of the three sections enables you to create your own digital ‘flashcards’, which can contain text, audio, video and images.  You can study all the relevant graphs, charts and diagrams you need, without having to carry around sheets of paper or books. Using the audio feature, you can record lectures and seminars to ensure you have all the important facts and figures you need to ace your exams.

iTipsIdeas cards are useful for learning facts, and can also help you structure papers and assignments too. As all your study notes are on your iPhone or iPad, you can take them with you wherever you go and add to or edit them as you please. iFlipTips has a helpful folders system, so you can save your notes in one place for easy access later.

When it’s time to test what you know, use iFlipCards to create a mock exam. These cards are the digital versions of traditional question and answer cards. Using them, you can identify any gaps in your knowledge before you get to the exam itself, giving yourself plenty of time to check and double check you’ve learned everything you need.

iFlipSlides is one of the app’s newer features, will help you with any class presentations that are required as part of your course. Like the other cards in the app, you can add text, images, audio and video clips to create beautiful and professional-looking slideshows, even without a computer. As a busy student, you’ll love the fact that you can create slides and cards on the go, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing.

The iFlipTips Calendar

The iFlipTips calendar is a valuable tool for the whole school year, but can especially help when you’re studying for exams. Enter details of your classes, keep track of upcoming exams and use the calendar to create a detailed study plan.

With different icons for practically every event you can imagine, you can tell at a glance what each appointment is for. The calendar also sends push notifications directly to your iPhone, so you get a helpful reminder each day when it’s time to study.

iFlipTips is designed to make your studying as easy and efficient as possible. Use the app, you can stick to your study plan, and you’ll be amazed at the results.

 

Agriculture Study Using iFlipTips – iPhone/iPad Study App

Agriculture is a popular subject among students who would rather work outdoors than sit in a cubicle all day. Combining outdoor work and science, this subject covers a wide range of topics that can lead to a variety of careers afterwards.

Because the subject of agriculture covers such a huge range of topics, you need to stay on top of what you’re studying at any given point in your course. The iFlipTips app from TECHtionary can help you do just that. Specially designed to help students with their studying and personal organization, iFlipTips has a range of features that will help you get the grade you deserve in your agriculture degree.

1. Use the folders to organize your notes

Firstly, studying so many different subjects can get confusing, especially when it comes to your exam period. If you covered a module at the beginning of the year, you might have made notes on a topic six months ago, but you can’t remember where you put them! iFlipTips’ folders system can help you organize your notes, either by semester or by subject matter. Try creating a different folder for each topic, for example biology, chemistry, food science, technology and management.

2. Create presentations

Most agricultural degrees involve detailed research, and you might have to give presentations as part of your course. iFlipSlides is perfect for this as it allows you to create beautiful presentations while away from your computer, giving you more flexibility to fit other activities around your studying.

3. Use the audio and photo features

 During your agriculture degree, you might have the chance to specialize in a number of sub-topics, including equine studies, viticulture (wine), plant breeding and nutrition, soil science and food processing. With so much information to take in, you’ll need to make sure you can record it all during classes. iFlipTips’ audio feature is perfect for this, as it means you’ll never miss anything important.

You can use the app’s image feature to take photos of field research, and to record images of graphs and statistics. If you’re studying gardening and crops, the camera is also useful for creating a visual record of different plant species.

4. Keep a diary of your work placement and practical experience

A portion of your agriculture degree will involve practical projects or even a work placement. Recording details of what you learn and see while out in the field is tricky using traditional pen and paper. iFlipTips, however, makes this task a lot easier.

With text, photos, audio and video, you can keep a digital diary of your practical activities. Not only will this help you when it comes to writing up papers and taking exams, but keeping this kind of record detailing what you learn during the practical components of the course will improve your general agricultural knowledge overall.

 

 

 

Computer Game Design Degree Study Using iFlipTips

Computer Game Design is one of the fastest-growing industries right now. Expected to be worth $82.4 billion by 2015, computer game design graduates have a world of opportunities waiting for them when they graduate.

As the games industry is growing so quickly, new companies will be looking for able designers and graduates can find work in game production, programming, design, art, development and graphics. The kinds of skills you learn during your degree and the experience you gain with interactive simulation are applicable to other industries too, and graduates can go on to work in architecture, urban design, medicine and more.

Computer Game Design is a relatively new degree, so you won’t find many textbooks giving you study tips of helpful learning hints. Therefore, taking this type of degree might feel daunting – a lot of the information you learn will be cutting edge.

The iFlipTips app can help you structure your learning so you feel in control instead of overwhelmed. Designed with students in mind, this app helps you improve the rate at which you retain and recall information, and speeds up the learning process. Using iFlipTips, you can carry around your study notes on your phone and reference them easily whenever you need to.

Overview

iFlipTips works using digital ‘flashcards’, which are modeled on the traditional 3×5 cards that many students use to make study notes. Instead of simply using text, however, these cards are different. You can still add just text if you want, but you can also include images, audio clips and video clips on each card too.

This is especially helpful when studying a subject that is visual and interactive, such as computer game design. These types of subjects are difficult to learn straight from a textbook, so being able to include diagrams, videos and audio descriptions will help you learn the facts you need faster.

iFlipTips also contains a helpful calendar, which helps you plan your study time and count down to the day of the exam. Each calendar entry is assigned its own icon and you can add these to show at a glance what each entry is for. For example, you can use the “Class” icon to show when you need to attend college, and the “Paper” icon to show when your next paper is due.

Structure

The iFlipTips app is divided into three different sections: iFlipCards, iFlipSlides and iTipsIdeas. Each section helps you consolidate your knowledge so you can perform to the best of your potential during your exams.

iTipsIdeas function as basic study cards, and are useful for recording information after a lecture or class. You can then use these cards as the first step in your study process.

iFlipCards let you create mini-exams, so you can test what you’ve already learned, and identify areas you need to improve. One side of the card is the ‘question’ side. When you’ve written down your answer, simply flip it over to reveal the ‘answer’ and see whether you were correct.

iFlipSlides enables you to create presentations and slide-shows. This feature is also useful for giving class demonstrations and presentations as part of your course.

As you can see, iFlipTips is an app that is packed with features to help you study. Pick up the app from the iTunes App Store today and put yourself on the path to success.

Geography Study Using iFlipTips – iPhone/iPad Study App

Like many subjects, Geography can be tricky to study, especially as exam time approaches. You have your class textbooks and your lecture notes, but how do you know whether you’re learning enough to get the grade you want?

That’s where iFlipTips comes to the rescue. This revolutionary study app from TECHtionary works on iPhone and iPad and will help you create your own knowledge database, filled with text, images, audio clips and video clips. The app is designed to help you break down information into bite-sized pieces, helping you learn quicker, and also improving the rate at which you can recall information during your exams too.

How does iFlipTips work?

iFlipTips contains three sections: iTipsIdeas, iFlipCards and iFlipSlides. Each of the three sections enables you to create your own digital ‘flashcards’, which can contain text, audio, video and images.

This is perfect for Geography students, as it means you can study all the relevant graphs, charts and diagrams you need, without having to carry around sheets of paper or books. Using the audio feature, you can record lectures and seminars to ensure you have all the important facts and figures you need to ace your exams.

iTipsIdeas cards are useful for learning facts, and can also help you structure papers and assignments too. As all your study notes are on your iPhone or iPad, you can take them with you wherever you go and add to or edit them as you please. iFlipTips has a helpful folders system, so you can save your notes in one place for easy access later.

When it’s time to test what you know, use iFlipCards to create a mock exam. These cards are the digital versions of traditional question and answer cards. Using them, you can identify any gaps in your knowledge before you get to the exam itself, giving yourself plenty of time to check and double check you’ve learned everything you need.

iFlipSlides, one of the app’s newer features, will help you with any class presentations that are required as part of your course. Like the other cards in the app, you can add text, images, audio and video clips to create beautiful and professional-looking slideshows, even without a computer. As a busy student, you’ll love the fact that you can create slides and cards on the go, wherever you are and whatever you’re doing.

The iFlipTips Calendar

The iFlipTips calendar is a valuable tool for the whole school year, but can especially help when you’re studying for exams. Enter details of your classes, keep track of upcoming exams and use the calendar to create a detailed study plan.

With different icons for practically every event you can imagine, you can tell at a glance what each appointment is for. The calendar also sends push notifications directly to your iPhone, so you get a helpful reminder each day when it’s time to study.

iFlipTips is designed to make your studying as easy and efficient as possible. Use the app, stick to your plan, and you’ll be amazed at the results.

Paralegal Degree Study Using iFlipTips – iPad/iPhone App

In the midst of an unsteady job market and uncertain prospects for new graduates, a paralegal degree is one of the most valuable degrees you can study right now. The legal profession is growing and new minds are always needed in all areas of the industry. Whether you imagine yourself to be an attorney or work in the legal department of a private company, lots of career choices await graduates with a paralegal degree.

Because it’s one of the more attractive degrees you can study, the paralegal field is competitive. Therefore, you need to ensure you stay ahead of the game and can match or exceed your class peers when it comes to papers and exams. iFlipTips is a new app from TECHtionary that will help you achieve your potential. Using digital flash-cards, the app enables you to break down information into memorable, bite-sized pieces. Using the app will help improve your memory retention, speed up your learning and help you attain the grades you deserve.

About iFlipTips

iFlipTips is a superb app that contains three different methods for helping you study: iTipsIdeas, iFlipSlides and iFlipCards. Each of the three different types of cards can contain text, an image, an audio clip and a video clip.

iTipsIdeas cards are perfect for taking notes during classes, recording lectures and making initial study notes. Once you’re ready to test what you know, iFlipSlides helps you figure out which topics you remember, and where you still have gaps in your knowledge. These are question and answer flip cards, and you can create your own mock exam questions to test yourself, then ‘flip’ the card over to check you have the correct answer. Finally, iFlipSlides helps you create class presentations quickly and easily.

How iFlipTips can help you study

iFlipTips is designed to help you study smarter and therefore more efficiently. As well as encouraging you to break down complex topics into digestible information, the different formats each card can contain enable you to retain information in less time. Not everyone learns best through reading, so you can also use images, video clips and audio clips to help memorize facts and figures.

The app has a helpful calendar feature that helps you plan your studying. Using the calendar, you can map out exactly what you need to study by which date. Attach icons to each appointment so you know at a glance what you’re supposed to be doing. iFlipTips can send push notifications, so you can create a study plan in advance, and then your phone will remind you on the day which topics you’re supposed to be studying.

iFlipTips also comes with a useful folders system, which helps you organize your notes in a way that suits you. You can arrange your notes by date, topic, or according to which exam they’re likely to appear in, so that you can find them quickly and easily when you need to study.

For a stellar study app that will help you play a competitive field at the top of your game, iFlipTips is the study aid you need.

 

Teacher Training Using iFlipTips – iPhone/iPad App

Teacher training is a popular degree right now. Although the economic climate means that graduates are finding it hard to get work in other areas and industries, teachers are always in demand. Whether you want to study for a qualification like TESOL or TEFL and teach abroad, or you want to teach in a school at home, teacher training requires that you learn a lot of information, fast. TEFL courses can last a matter of weeks before you’re expected to be able to hold a class on your own, while home-based teacher training rarely lasts longer than one or two years.

Because the course duration is so short, you need to ensure that you can get to grips with the material quickly. That’s exactly where iFlipTips can help: it’s a revolutionary study app from TECHtionary that will change the way you learn. Not only will you be able to retain information quicker, but you’ll also improve your memory recall and streamline your study process.

How iFlipTips Works

iFlipTips increases the efficiency of your learning in several different ways. Firstly, its flashcard-based structure enables you to break down information into bite-sized pieces so your studying becomes more manageable.

Each card can contain text, an image, an audio clip and a video clip. Using these formats, you can learn what you need to know quicker. The iFlipTips developers recognize that not everyone learns most efficiently through reading, and that different students have different learning types. Using text, images, video clips and audio, you can discover the learning type that works best for you, and speed up your study process.

iFlipTips Digital Flashcards

When you study with iFlipTips, you’ll have access to three different types of digital flashcards: iTipsIdeas cards, iFlipCards and iFlipSlides. Each of these types of cards helps you learn in a slightly different way.

iTipsIdeas Cards are great for exam preparation. You can use them to make notes after classes and lectures, and when you’re just starting out with your studying.

Once you’ve transferred your study notes onto iTipsIdeas cards, you can use iFlipCards to test what you know. These are similar to question and answer flashcards, where you write the question on one side of the card and then the correct answer on the other side of the card. When testing yourself, view the question side of the card, write down what you think to be the correct answer, then “flip” the card over to reveal the true answer. This is a helpful way to reveal gaps in your knowledge before the real exam so you have time to fill them.

iFlipTips Extras

iFlipTips comes with several useful extra features that help you with your studying. You can organize your notes into folders so they are easily retrievable and you can re-access them quicker.

The app also comes with a built-in calendar so you can plan your studying. Each calendar appointment has its own icon so you can see at a glance whether you’re supposed to be studying for your exams, attending a class or handing in a paper on any given day. It will also send push reminders to your iPhone so you don’t have to worry about forgetting an important event.

With a range of useful tools that will change the way you study for good, try iFlipTips today and see how the app will revolutionize your learning.