Practical Ed Tech Tip of the Week – Quickly Create Vocabulary Study Sheets from Documents

Vocabulist is a neat tool that enables students to quickly create vocabulary study sheets from a document. Each word extracted from a document is matched to a definition through Vocabulist. If the definition rendered isn’t exactly right, students can modify it within Vocabulist. Once the list of words and definitions is set students can download the list as a PDF or export the list to Quizlet where it will then be turned into a set of digital flashcards. (Students must have a Quizlet account). In the video embedded below I demonstrate how easy it is to create a vocabulary study sheet through Vocabulist.

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