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Growly Notes Review

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I decided to test out a note-taking software called Growly Notes. I came across the program online while searching for a free note-taking software for macs, and Growly Notes appeared to have gotten reasonable reviews and so I figured why not give it a shot? The first thing I noticed when I opened the program […]

ScreenCast on the Uses of Noodle Tools

January 3, 2012 by

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Noodle Tools is a very helpful site designed to help and improve the organization of a project or a paper. The website is a free site, originally was used a lot to generate citations for papers, and that is how I first learned about Noodle Tools. Now, after using the site more and more, I […]

Knight Cite

January 3, 2012 by

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The tool reviewed in the video is a citation tool called Knight Cite. Knight Cite is a free tool used to create citations that is maintained by the library at Calvin College. You can use it with or without creating an account, but if you create a free account with Knight Cite, Knight Cite will […]

BibDesk Review

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As a person who has had limited experience with other reference tools (besides Noodle Tools and some other management tools), I have found BibDesk to be somewhat user-unfriendly. I had many difficulties figuring out how to use the tools, and getting the tools in BibDesk to work properly. I was able to pull up the […]

Zotero review

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“Zotero [zoh-TAIR-oh] is a free, easy-to-use tool to help you collect, organize, cite, and share your research sources. It lives right where you do your work—in the web browser itself”. Zotero is basically a citation manager that works as an extension for the web-browser Firefox and is “designed to store, manage, and cite bibliographic references, […]

Notepub Review

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Notepub is a cloud-based notetaking site that allows users to take notes from any computer, the only thing needed is an account and Internet access. Notepub has a very similar input format to that of Microsoft Word or GoogleDocs, but has slightly fewer font and page formatting features. If you are taking notes over a […]

Evernote

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Evernote is a note-taking tool that allows you to save your documents to a cloud server. You can also choose to record video recordings as well as audio recordings. Evernote automatically saves your documents as you type so you don’t need to constantly save your work. You can access Evernote from multiple mobile devices from […]

EverNote Webclipper Review !!

January 3, 2012 by

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The note-taking tool showed in this screen cast is EverNote. I used the EverNote web clipper. The web clipper was a super useful tool that provides a space to easily store websites, web article, full page, or URL. In addition to this the web clipper allows you to easily add notes and tags to each […]

Notepub

January 3, 2012 by

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Notepub is an online note-taking tool that saves everything to a server. This lets you access your notes or documents on the Internet with out having to be on your own personal computer. Some good things about Notepub are that it can do pretty much everything that Microsoft Word can do and also it’s free; […]

Memonic Review

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Memonic is a research and note taking software that easily downloads on to any of your favorite devices or browsers. You can use Memonic for free with limited space and all the major features except for Gathering Mode, or you can pay $28/year, and get unlimited notes, unlimited groups, and all the features. Memonic has […]

Evernote Review

January 3, 2012 by

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For my current tool of choice, I chose Evernote. Evernote is a free service that allows devices on multiple platforms (OS X, Windows, Android, iOS) to work on notes. Notes are auto-saved and stored on the Evernote servers to insure that the note is not lost, and so that you can access your notes regardless […]