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How i use technology in my ph d

How I use technology in my PhD

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How i use technology in my ph d

  2. 2. DropBox Dropbox is a home for all your photos, docs, videos, and files. Anything you add to Dropbox will automatically show up on all your computers, phones and even the Dropbox website — so you can access your stuff from anywhere. Dropbox also makes it super easy to share with others, whether you're a student or professional, parent or grandparent. Even if you accidentally spill a latte on your laptop, have no fear! Relax knowing that your stuff is safe in Dropbox and will never be lost. "One place for all your stuff, wherever you are."
  3. 3. Mendeley Mendeley is your personal research library. Carry thousands of PDFs in your pocket. Read and annotate them on the go, search your entire library, and easily sync everything between your iPhone, iPad, and Mendeley Desktop (available on Windows, Mac, and Linux). Mendeley is a free reference manager and academic social network. Make your own fully-searchable library in seconds, cite as you write, and read and annotate your PDFs on any device. 
  4. 4. Scanner Pro  Scanner Pro is perhaps the best app for quickly scanning and saving a digital version of a paper document.  I use Scanner Pro to quickly scan and save digital versions of paper documents. Scanner Pro transforms your iPhone and iPad into portable scanners. It allows you to scan receipts, whiteboards, paper notes, or any multipage document. Scanned documents can be emailed and printed, uploaded to Dropbox, Google Drive and Evernote, or simply saved on the iPhone/iPad.
  5. 5. Easy Bib  Create accurate MLA, APA, and Chicago style citations in seconds by scanning a book bar code or by typing the name of a book. Build and manage your works cited. Once done, email your citations and then export your citations to's popular bibliography management service. 
  6. 6. Kindle App  The Kindle app is optimized for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch, giving users the ability to read Kindle books, newspapers, magazines, textbooks and PDFs on a beautiful, easy-to-use interface. You’ll have access to over 1,000,000* books in the Kindle Store plus hundreds* of newspapers and magazines.
  7. 7. Google Scholar  Most of the papers I use for research purposed I’ve found using Google Scholar. I find the university library system to be too confusing. 90% of the papers I want are free to download from Google Scholar, those that aren’t I pull from the library. 
  8. 8. Keynote Don’t worry about bringing your laptop to school when it’s your turn to lead discussion—Keynote’s got you covered. Sort of like a mobile PowerPoint, the app lets you design and display your presentation from any mobile device.
  9. 9. Outliner  One of the most daunting tasks of writing a term paper is, of course, building the outline. But this app helps you to organize your thoughts or tasks into an easily editable outline format, whether inspiration hits you at your desk or on the subway.  Outliner allows you to organize your thoughts, tasks, and projects. Easily create a todo list for today, or track an entire project anywhere you are. Share your outlines, edit them online, and collaborate with other Outliner users. 
  10. 10. iTunes U  If further research or immersion in a subject is needed, one of the most reliable sources you can find is materials from an accredited college course. iTunes U allows you to search a library of thousands of classes in a variety of subjects and participate if you feel so inclined. It also allows you to take and highlight notes. 
  11. 11. sources    student.html   college-academics/