December 17, 2008
Keeping Track of References
One of the great problems that modern scholars have is keeping track of all the references that might go into one's articles and books. EndNote is a wonderful help for that part of the scholar's task. Today's column in the New York Times by Professor Olivia Judson of Imperial College, London -- normally her blog is on evolutionary biology -- contains a pitch for two programs that will help to keep track of all the references that can turn up on the Internet: Zotero (which is free) for the PC and Papers (which is available for $40) for the Apple. There are links in the article to the sites from which to download both programs. I've used Zotero for a few days and find it very easy to use and very helpful.
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