Create an Organizational Style
Create an organizational style that works for you. The internet can be helpful. A few quick Google searches might give you some helpful tips and ideas that could make a practical task like organizing very exciting and enjoyable.
If, on the other hand, you prefer the ease and convenience that comes with an electronic (or digital) system, you still have many options for how to organize your materials. Again, you'll still want to have a "place" where you can store and find your materials. Which device will you keep your materials on?
Where will you store your backups? If you're saving your files on different devices, you may find yourself wasting a lot of time trying to locate a document. Avoid this by creating an electronic organizational system that works well for you.
You may want to store files on your own personal computer, or you may want to save them on an external hard drive or a removable flash drive. Another option is to keep your files in the "cloud," or in online storage. This may mean emailing yourself copies of assignments or tapping into the free resources offered by cloud-based services.
Every student at any of the nine Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD)'s campuses can save their files in OneDrive with up to 1 TB of available storage.
All your files are private unless you decide to share them. Use OneDrive in your web browser or from the OneDrive app, available on all your favorite devices, including Android, iOS, or Windows Phone.
Examples of available cloud-based storage services include: