...the viewer gets inspiration on color coding, notes set up, and most importantly (at least in my perspective); MOTIVATION TO STUDY.
Studynets. In other words "The Study Internet". Some of the most popular platforms for studynets is Instagram, YouTube, and Tumblr. On these platforms people, mostly students, share ideas, notes, tips, and many more things related to studying.
In this article I will talk about studygram, perhaps the most popular way of sharing studying material. The platform for this used to be Tumblr, but many people are now moving away from this platform, using Instagram instead. YouTube is also fairly popular, but the amount of work needed to sustain a studytube often throws people off.
On studygrams, students use different methods to share their studying tips. Many like to post images of their notes, stationery, or workspace. However, those who do post their notes, usually post at an angle (so you cannot use them for yourself), with aesthetic themes (the stationary they used or flowers), and usually with perfect handwriting.
Posting notes is useful from both ends. Firstly, the person running the account has the motivation to do notes, to put effort into them as they know anyone in the world can look at them. On the other side, the viewer gets inspiration on color coding, notes set up, and most importantly (at least in my perspective); MOTIVATION TO STUDY.
On studygrams, as I said before, many also post images of stationery. This is usually for purely aesthetic purposes, however sometimes its also for sponsorships or tips. Many studygrammers love sharing the stationery they use.
Finally we will look at workspaces. Studygrammers don't often post images simply depicting their workspaces: it's usually part of the background. A clear cup with rainbow highlighters attracts attention, and I can't deny, it looks very nice. Really, workspaces are kind of like stationery, for the aesthetic.
Some studygrammers also post text images, or large text as an image to get a point across. Often, tips and reminders are posted there, sometimes even lifehacks. The variety of studygrams is truly amazing.
There are many great studygrammers and I can only encourage you to check out some of them.
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