Microsoft announces partnership between Chegg and OneNote, helps students get smarter for exams


Microsoft announces partnership with Chegg and OneNote, helps students get smarter for exams

Chegg, for those who did not know, is a fantastic resource for students featuring online textbook rentals, homework help, course reviews, and much more. One of the key features of Chegg is a 24/7 study help service, which aims to help students be prepared for their next exam.

Microsoft has announced a new partnership between Chegg and OneNote, by adding a ‘Clip It’ button next to any Q&A. All you have to do is click that button to save all the answers into OneNote. Students can use OneNote to build their study guides, study with friends, and take notes on-the-go.

Here’s what Microsoft had to say about it during today’s announcement:

“Chegg the Student Hub, is all about making 13 million high school and university students more successful in their classes through partnerships and offering tools to make learning easier, more accessible and more productive. It is only natural that OneNote becomes the one place for Chegg students to take and organize all their class notes and study guides, accessible on any device they are carrying in their backpack or pocket. That is why we are excited to announce a partnership with Chegg and their Chegg Study Q&A product.”

Microsoft is simply trying to help students better prepare for exams and this new partnership is a perfect example of that. You can head over here to check out Chegg and OneNote partnership. You will be required to have a Chegg Study account.