Links Roundup #27

Calendars Organize with Smart Calendars is an App Smart video from the New York Times Technology Section on three useful calendar apps: Sunrise (iOS and Android), Cal (Android and iOS), and Tempo (iOS).  Cal is put out by Any.do, a … Continue reading

Links Roundup #26

Citation Management Make Research Easier with These Five Tools is an article on Information Today by Brandi Scardilli that discusses five tools that are mainly for managing references.  Tools mentioned are EndNote, Flow, Mendeley, Paperpile, and Readcube.  The discussion of … Continue reading

Links Roundup #25

Citation/Reference/Bibliographic Management We have mentioned ReadCube before, which adds some interesting tools for managing PDFs for research, including things like turning references into live links where possible.  They have a PDF on the features of the software, including its Word-compatible … Continue reading

Links Roundup #24

Apps for Students A previous roundup mentioned Lifehacker‘s annual series of posts on the best current apps/software for different operating system.  Now they have published editions of best apps/software for college students, for Windows, Mac, Android, and iPhone. Blog/Website of … Continue reading

Links Roundup #22

Apps for Academics Crystal pointed me to the site Smallwow Best Apps for Academics.  Created by Nicole Hennig, it is a companion for the 2014 book Best Apps for Academics by Hennig and Pam Nicholas.  Smallwow gets a big wow … Continue reading