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Strategies & Tools to Help Your Publishing Process

Strategies & Tools to Help Your Publishing Process

Information from faculty workshop given in December 2012

Presentation

Links and Resources

Applications

  • Evernote: Store, organize and access "things big and small from your everyday life using your computer, phone, tablet and the web."
  • Wunderlist: Keep track of your to do list across platforms - iPhone, iPad, Android, Windows, Mac
  • Instapaper: Save and access websites to read later, available across platforms.
  • Dropbox: Save and share documents across platforms and machines.
  • MS OneNote: MS note-taking app
  • Simplenote: Keep notes, lists, ideas organized and accessible from anywhere
  • IFTTT: Link your online services together.

Tools

  • Google Drive: Store all your files - documents, photos, vidoes - and access them anywhere
  • Google Plus: Keep in touch with friends, colleagues, families, start Hangouts to video conference with your Google+ friends
  • Mendeley: Part citation manager, part social network for researchers.
  • RefWorks: A citation manager that is integrated with the library databases.
  • Zotero: A great tool to help you track and organize your citations.
  • Mindomo:A cross-platform mindmapping tool.
  • iThoughts: A mindmapping tool for iOS devices.
  • Bubbl.us: An online mindmapping tool.
  • Mind42:An online mindmapping tool.

Techniques

 

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