Education, just as everyday life, becomes more and more digital. Think about the use of digital boards, tablets, and apps in the class room. Digital flashcards are among the solutions that are becoming increasingly popular in the USA and lately also in Europe. Their original version, paper flashcards, have been used since the 19th century to help students actively memorize and recall information. Until a few years ago flashcards were typically hand written or printed and carefully cut out from paper.
With the recent rise of the education technology industry however, more and more companies provide tools to create digital flashcards. eFaqt.com, one of the top online flashcard tools, asked its most active users how they use digital flashcards to tackle their own education challenges.