Homework Help

Homework Help is StudyBlue's newest feature - we've made it faster and easier to find content and answers relevant to you. Free users can try it out for 5 searches, but you'll need a Pro subscription after that. 


Homework Help allows you to search within classes you've joined, but you can also search in our entire library. This allows you to get answers that are relevant to what you need, no matter what. You can hide and collapse the bar for your Class results by clicking 'Hide' or 'Show.'


Use the main portion of the Homework Help page to find content. When you see something you like, be sure to add it to your notes which appear on the right. There are a lot of ways to study the same material, so don't be afraid to save a bunch of cards on the same topic. The Recent Notes view will group them by topic until you save the notes as a deck. This is what it might look like once you've added some cards:



Whenever you're happy with what you've saved (don't forget that you can save results from multiple searches!) go ahead and select Create Flashcards to save the deck you've been working on. Choose a save location, and your deck will be available like any other deck in StudyBlue!


 Homework Help Tips:

- Avoid unnecessary words that might give you unwanted results

-Mark bad cards as unhelpful. We will take note, and won't show you that card again.

-StudyBlue will save your Recent Notes so you can pick up where you left off 

-If you select "Filter' in the search bar, you can look for results with images, sound, and equations.

-Try to name your deck in a way that reflects the information you've saved

-Change up the tense and plurality of your searches; "What is an externality" vs "What are externalities?" 

If you have any questions or feedback, we would love to hear from you! Feel free to write us at help@studyblue.com with the subject line "Homework Help Feedback." 

 Please note that we can't actually provide hands-on help with your homework. You can do it! 


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