Things you will need include:
1- 3 ring notebook (I used 1 inch and take out papers after the B term so it is fresh for the D term. If you are taking a lot of A term classes, you will probably need a 3 inch notebook. Also I personally like the flex cover notebooks but a regular one will work just as good.)
Indexing Tabs (You can either use the Table of Contents Tabs or sticky tabs and just write on them. I used the table of contents pack 1-8- since my semesters are 8 weeks long.)
A way to print
Here you can see by sticking this tab on the course syllabus directly, it makes it super quick to flip right to it if I need too. I can not tell you how many times the school blackboard was down due to so many people being on it and I was so glad I had printed this out! I also print out the course schedule and the assignment instructions for essays, papers, discussion boards, etc and put it behind the syllabus. Again I can not tell you how many times I have had to pull out the "old" paper copy even though it is an online class.
Now here is the good part that ensures you NEVER miss an assignment! For each week, I print out the website page. I do one for my assignments page and one for my reading page. Week one goes behind tab 1, week two's reading and assignments behind tab two and on and on until you have every week printed out. You can also put all of your notes you take for that week behind the appropriate tab as well. As I go through and do one of the assignments, I do a little check beside it so I know I have it done. If I do one of my videos, I check it off. And on and on until I have completed all of my reading and all of my assignments. Once I completely finish all work for a week, I do a giant check mark on the page, like you see here. Now I can remember at a glance that I have done it all. And I also use......
Now how I note my calendar.
Well I hope this has helped you. It truly has made keeping up with things a lot easier for me. I LOVE it when I can find stuff at the drop of a hat! So how do you organize for school? I would love to hear below!