Links Roundup #37: Learning to Learn, Tools, OneNote and NaNoWriMo

Learning to Learn Resources I recently ran across a review of a very successful MOOC that Engineering Professor Barbara Oakley created on Coursera called Learning to Learn: Powerful Mental Tools to Help You Master Tough Subjects.  I have the course … Continue reading

Links Roundup #36: Browsers, Email , Life’s Purpose, Mindmapping and a New Science Desktop Library

If you are like me, you sometimes wonder if the web browser of choice (especially when it is crashing on you!) is the still the best choice.  PC Magazine comes to the rescue with their latest article:  The Best Web … Continue reading

Links Roundup #35: Writing, Reading, Libraries and phone apps

More Writing Tips Mendeley recently published a nice tips paper on scientific writing called Clarity and Impact: Key Tips for Writing a good Scientific Paper.  They also reference in the article, an infographic on the topic.  Unfortunately, the link in … Continue reading

Links Roundup #33 : A Happy New and Productive Year!

OneNote Tips There have recently been a number of new blog posts and articles on power user tips for OneNote.  Blog posters at Petri.com have a series they are labeling as “Leveraging OneNote”  which I found well worth reading.  Recent … Continue reading

Links Roundup #32

 100 Twitter accounts for Philomaths (Lovers of Learning) From our Friend, Jane Hart (of our favorite annual list: Top 100 Tools for Learning ) comes this new list of 100 influential Twitter accounts for individuals who love to learn.  Librarians … Continue reading