Some time ago, students had to carry large piles of paper to their classes, looking for teachers to hand them their essays and assignments. Life is easier now. New technologies allow students and teachers to communicate and share documents quickly and effectively. Students create and save their homework in different file formats, but which one is the best for sharing? We believe PDF is the most suitable format for submitting student assignments, and here are our five reasons for this.
The school year starts soon. It’s time for students to return to their textbooks and study hard. Preparing for classes or writing papers requires a lot of reading. It’s not enough to read a book; you have to understand and remember its main ideas to use them in your written assignment or answer exam questions.
As a student, I had to read a lot of textbooks, but unfortunately, I’m a forgetful reader. Sometimes I reread the same book, and it feels absolutely new to me. It may be an advantage for reading fiction, but it’s an obstacle to studying.
While studying, I had to read a lot of academic papers to prepare for classes and to find useful information for my thesis. I remember struggling with a paper on mass communication the night before my exam. Sadly, I fell asleep somewhere after the introduction and failed to find the information I needed.
I’ve learned academic reading is often extremely challenging. It isn’t as straightforward as perusing novels, where you can pick one up and consume it from beginning to end. Academic articles require a different approach.
At first, I tried to print every article I needed. I had to wait in a long line at the university copy center to find out I’d forgotten my USB stick. Sometimes I emailed documents to my mom so she could print them at work and bring them home in the evening. This method required good planning skills to get my papers in time.Plus, I felt constant environmental guilt..
The PDF file format is one of the most common file formats in use today. It is not only extensively used in the legal, medical and real-estate industries, but is also seen being used in schools & colleges, small businesses or even at home. It started gaining popularity around 2008 when Adobe released it as an open standard, which led to the widespread adoption of the file-format everywhere.
We’re happy to announce another great update to PDF Expert for Mac with the powerful converting capabilities. Let’s dig inside!
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PDFs have fast become one of the most common file formats in use today. We see them everywhere — be it the statements that your bank emails you, the payment receipts that are generated online upon successful completion of a transaction, or even assignments that teachers and students work with. The PDF format is easy to use, reliable, and universal — it works great for sharing documents without having to worry about compatibility.
Today, we’re happy to announce PDF Expert for Mac’s great update which is essential for any legal eagle’s office or medical establishment.
Over the last 48 hours, we have received dozens of reports on PDF Expert crashes. It happened as a result of an expired developer certificate. This means that customers who downloaded PDF Expert for Mac directly from our site will need to reinstall the app. Those using it from the Mac App Store are not affected.Continue reading →
All of us use PDF documents these days. There are plenty of tools out there, and most of them cost quite a lot. You have to be really careful choosing one — it will be your best friend at work.Continue reading →