Nitro For Education: 5 Scholarly Ways to Use PDF Files

From start-ups to Fortune 100 companies, businesses all over the world use Nitro Pro for their digital document needs. While digital documents are serious business, they’re not just for businesses. A large majority of students and members of the academic community are reading, making and collaborating with PDF files regularly.

Classes are back in session and we asked our community for feedback on how they use digital documents for education. Here are some of the great ways students and teachers alike are finding creative ways of using PDF documents:

  1. Create and combine PDF documents from any format. Turn large excel sheets into PDFs and combine all your lecture notes, reports, presentations and lesson plans into easy-to-share PDF files.
  2. Convert files to and from PDFs. Convert PDFs to Word, Excel or Powerpoint docs for easier formatting, saving and editing. They could even learn how to compare pdf and find diff online too, if necessary.
  3. Collaborate on projects with other students and teachers. Review, markup, bookmark and give feedback directly on the file.
  4. Sign and return documents electronically. Complete, sign and approve anything that requires a from permission slips to applications.
  5. Scan and convert paper documents to readable and editable PDF files to eliminate carrying books and binders from class to class. Many school libraries also offer PDF handouts of readings and textbooks.

This month we’re doing some homework of our own and digging deeper into using digital documents in order to continue to help teachers and students excel.

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