Evernote is a note-taking and clipping application that lets you save all kinds of things to various project-oriented “notebooks.” Their motto is “Remember Everything,” and they certainly do help you with that. It has a desktop application, browser plugins, and mobile device apps galore that you can sync, so all of your clippings, notes and notebooks are the same from whatever device you access them from. In this post Kim gives an overview of Evernote, and then gives five reasons why she uses Evernote for her research.
Until recently, I used Scrivener for all my writing projects. However, when I started to share drafts with my writing group and my advisors, everyone used Microsoft’s Word comments and track changes to mark up my writing. Rather than deal importing and exporting from Scrivener, I thought I would try Word again. When starting to […]
When it comes to organizing research, the humanities scholar has any number of options. Most of us need to be able to organize a mix of notes, images, articles, and other kinds of documents in a way that allows us to group them in different ways. I eventually decided that DEVONthink Pro Office (available for OS X) makes the most sense to me to store the ten thousand or so items that make up my dissertation research.
Gene Roche sits down with W&M biology professor Paul Heideman to talk about research in the field of expertise and how to apply it to student learning. In this podcast, they talk about what it means to be an expert as well as how experts think about and solve problems differently than novices.