FlashCardMachine lets anyone create study flash cards and share them with others for free. Sign up and create your own flashcards in different subjects, organize them into sets, reorder and copy cards within a set and insert images and audios. You can share your flashcard set(s) with others who study the same subject by forwarding its URL, which they can access and study without registering.
Create and share interactive flash cards for studying. Share your flashcard sets with others. Browse flashcards created by others, by subjects or search with keywords. Over 75,000 public flashcard sets. View printer-friendly HTML version of your flashcard sets or export them to your iPod. Free, sign up to get started. Similar tools: CoboCards , Cramberry and FlashCardDB .
To get started click Create a New Flashcard.
Enter general information about your flash card set. The required fields are subject, grade level, title and description. Click 'Save Set Details'.
You will now find yourself on the Manage Flash Card Set screen. Use either the Quick Editor or the Advanced Editor to add cards to your set. You will need to use advanced editor to upload pictures.
Using Quick Editor you add term and definition.
Once you have added cards to your set, click the 'Start Study Session' button on the Manage Flash Card Set screen to study your cards.
Now you choose your configuration and click begin.
This is the front of the flashcard.
This is the back, the definition.
Adding images to your flashcard allows for this tool to reach many types of learners.
You can upload a picture right from your computer.
Select or create a card set and choose the Advanced Editor. Select or create a new card Attach the image to the term or definition:
For whichever side of the card you want your image (term or definition), click the link titled &quot;WYSIWYG&quot; Click the image icon in the second row of WYSIWYG icons If you uploaded your own image, select it via the &quot;Your images&quot; drop down. If it is located on the internet, enter it's URL. Click Insert
Here is what the flashcard looks like after incorporating a picture.
Study your flashcards on go with the iStudyToGo application that enables you to study your cards on your iPod.
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