This could be a useful app for First Years using iPads. AND it’s FREE. All you need to do is open your iBooks app, Click on the Store button at the Top left Corner and do a search for “Brachial Plexus for Students”. Then ENJOY.
Note: There’s no telling how long this will be free.
Check it out for yourself:
Welcome to Medical school. It looks like most of you finally bought an iPad. And are now wondering how you can get all of your Kaplan videos onto it.
We’ve got your solution (for a -non monetary price)
Space-by now you’ve already downloaded dropbox, as well as other cloud products no doubt.
Well most of these are probably associated with your personal email account…however. You’re a student, and therefore part of an organization…and therefore eligible for BOX.net’s 50GB of free, online, cloud-stored, Crash-impervious…did I say free?
Oh right.. The catch, well, seeing as students are naturally slow to do anything their asked to do, we’ve decided to tie this deal to the blog. Follow this website by clicking the (not – twitter!) follow button, and you’ll be joined to the list of students who receive crucial emails from the website every time it’s updated. ( this is a really small commitment on your part)
Again. Click button – Get online space.
‘now why would I want online space #sommc2016 ?
Ah… Let me enlighten you. The reason we have Dropbox, google drive, Microsoft skydive, cubby, files hare,
megaupload , and box .net is so that we can carry everything we need on our iPads, Mac Airs, Samsung Galaxies, and Asus tablets …without really having to carry it on the device. Imagine being able to call down your entire repository of Kaplan videos, step prep questions, and digital textbooks from ‘the internets’ while still maintaining your eclectic collection of Nigerian dancehall and Norwegian gregorian chant.
So here are a couple of free apps that will make the deal above as awesome as the first time you saw new jack city.
Each of these apps can link directly to Box.net, instantly bringing you movies, documents powerpoints, and Kate’s notes without filling up your harddrive.
Congrats on your first day dissecting the human anatomy.
Well, to assist with what will be one of your most cherished experiences in medical school, your Anatomy TA’s have uploaded their recommended dissection videos in the Box.Net account assigned to your class…(We’re pretty kind).
Here’s the catch – we’d love to have you guys click the “Follow” button at the top left of your website’s homepage – (so that this blog’s posts arrive on your front doorstep) – that … and make this page your homepage.
So how do you get these items? Scroll down to the bottom of the page, wait a couple seconds (it takes awhile for Box.net to load) and download the files in the “Dissection videos” link to your personal download folder.
(We’ll be playing them during lab anyway)
It’s a few weeks into MAPS and you’ve been having a great time getting to know your classmates, exploring Nashville, and looking at prosections that are older than yourself. You think to yourself, “Hmmm…med school is actually manageable. I can do this if I just work hard.”
Simple right? Not for my friend Tia.* Continue reading
Remember all of those Word processing apps we said to download that were $5.99 and up? prepare to throw them at us…we just found the best FREE alternative. (sorry)
(It’s called “CloudOn)
Congratulations on your acceptance and welcome to the family!! Don’t stress…you are in good hands. If anyone has questions about where to get their hair done Continue reading
If buying books wasn’t enough – you have to buy everything you use to live too… I don’t know about you, but I love to save money…years ago the “Big Box” store became popular, with Marshall’s, Ross, and TJ-Max making a killing, however, the concept was gently applied to everything else. Talk to your neighborhood upperclassman, who may have purchased a 42” tv for $300…or a 6′ Bookcase for $10. Continue reading
You’ll need books, study tools, and gadgets during your four years here…Best to save money now. Amazon Student is a free membership program for [Medical] students. Amazon Student members receive benefits such as six months of FREE Two-Day Shipping with Amazon Prime, and e-mail alerts for discounts and promotions. (Trust me…it’s better this way…) Continue reading