I was looking for a great Web site to help me create some flashcards for school and I was really pleased by what I found here at Flashcard Exchange. Not only do they cover a multitude of subjects, but the site is also available in many languages!
I’m starting you out on the Introduction page, because you’ll find out exactly what the site is all about, what you can find here and how to best use what you find. It also includes a link to their Help section, just in case you have questions that weren’t answered here.
Should you decide that this is something you can use, you’ll want to register for an account. Make sure you select the free membership, because it allows you to create unlimited flash cards, share those flash cards, as well as, study online and play the Memory game.
You’ll need a working e-mail address to register and a password. You’ll receive a confirmation e-mail and you’ll need to follow the instructions in the e-mail in order to be fully registered.
If you click on the Flashcard Exchange banner in the top left corner of the page, you’ll find a listing of flashcard topics. Choose any of the topics to check out a flashcard set.
You’ll want to use the menu above the card that loads. Your options are: Study, Print, List Cards, Export and Play Memory. As a free user, you can use Study, List and Play Memory.
My favorite is Study. That allows you to play the flashcards for the topic you’ve selected as a slideshow. Then, after studying, you can play with the same set of cards in the Memory game.
This Web site is a great study resource and I really hope you enjoy it!