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Honors: Organized and Informed

Cloud Computing Options

Are you constantly switching between a variety of devices to complete your coursework? Try saving everything to one of the cloud computing services below, so you can access your information wherever you are (as long as you have an internet connection). All offer apps that allow you access your files from a mobile device, and most feature automatic syncing when you edit a file.

Microsoft OneDrive

IRSC OneDrive Guide

Google Drive Dropbox

Setting up an RSS feed

Staying up-to-date on research in your chosen field is easy!

You can recieve updates on service learning (or any subject of your choice!) right to your email through IRSC Libraries. Look for the "share" icon at the top or side of the search page to set up email notifications for a specific topic. Use the limiters on the left hand side to only return those articles that will be the most useful for your research. 

You can also create an RSS feed that can be placed in a reader with the same screen. Just remove the "" from the RSS feed link above. 


Feedly is an RSS reader that allows users to follow their favorite websites and read posts from one easy location. It's a great way to stay up-to-date with scientists, authors, and experts in your field. 


Mendeley allows uers to organize their research and citations, annotate, and search research materials from any computer. 

Study Blue

Make your own flashcards on your smartphone to help study for tests with Study Blue.



Are you an auditory learner? Use Stitcher to find and listen to popular educational podcasts from credible organizations like NPR, MSNBC, and the BBC.