Improve Your Productivity with These Online Writing Tools


Improve Your Productivity with These Online Writing Tools

If you are still relying on the good old AppleWorks or Word when writing academic papers, you should know that you’re not using your full potential. There are many awesome online tools that can help you increase your productivity and start writing better papers while saving time.

1. Writinghouse.org

No student enjoys referencing the used sources according to a specific style. Just when you get used to the Harvard referencing style, another professor asks you to use the MLA style and you are suddenly slowed down because you have to think about new details.

Writinghouse will help you deal with that situation by enabling you to apply the citations automatically. The tool is fast, free, and easy to use – it’s everything you need.

2. Google Docs

Google Docs is probably the simplest, cleanest, and most reliable Web-based processor that enables you to create different types of documents online. The coolest feature of this tool is that you can collaborate with other users in real-time, which makes it a great choice for team projects.

You can finally stop worrying about losing all your work, because Google Docs will save it as you make progress on the document.

3. TutorsClass.com

Students from all backgrounds come to TutorsClass.com with the single aim to learn from some of the best tutors on international basis. If you are having troubles with academic writing, this is the best place to look for a tutor who can train you how to get better in it.

You can access the web-based platform from anywhere and start getting effective lessons in a convenient online environment.

4. 3DWriter.com

Sometimes all you need for a productivity boost is a single-minded, simple word processor that adds just the feature you need. What makes 3D Writer different? It allows you to focus on hypertext narrative writing. What this means is that you can add notations, offer additional information on the topic you are covering, or create an alternate ending.

This tool will not only make you a better writer, but will also impress your professor and get you a great grade.

5. Help.Plagtracker.com

Your professors keep repeating the same thing over and over again; they don’t want to see any plagiarism in your paper. They will use the most sophisticated plagiarism checkers to make sure your content is unique, which is why you have to make sure to submit 100% plagiarism-free paper that will satisfy their requirements. No matter how hard you try to think of your own ideas and cite all sources properly, it’s never easy to complete a completely unique paper.

With the help of Help.Plagtracker.com, you will never fail to meet one of the strictest expectations of your professors. You can order writing consulting services at this website, as well as editing assistance that will significantly improve the level of quality of your paper.

6. ReadWriteThink.org

This website is a collection of online tools that will guide you through essential writing tasks that will turn you into a more effective writer. The project is aimed at students from grades K-12, and offers tips on various learning objectives: grammar, critical thinking, literary analysis, print awareness, media literacy, comprehension, vocabulary, writing genres, writing process, and much more.

ReadWriteThink is extremely easy to use and provides everything you could possibly need to understand the basics of academic writing.

7. Button Talk

This tool is similar to 3D Writer, but it’s intended for Mac users. Another difference is that Button Talk is mostly focused on story writing, but also provides a convenient hyperlinking tool. You should check out Button Talk even if you don’t work on a Mac, because it links to examples of fiction written with the use of this tool.

Even students in elementary classes can use Button Talk, and the best part is that it enables them to create collaborative fiction.

Conclusion

Writing papers doesn’t have to be a struggle when you have all the right tools to boost your inspiration and effectiveness. Regardless of your academic level, the online tools we mentioned above can help you unleash your inner writer and start impressing your professor with unique content on any topic you get.   

About the Author
Author: Melissa Burns
Melissa is a graduate student of the faculty of Journalism. She is passionate about education and information technology and tries to do her best to connect these two spheres.

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