When I was in college in the late 1990s, one of the most overwhelming things for me was research. I was never taught how to properly navigate the university’s library; with so many resources, how was I to know what to use when writing a paper for a class? This was all occurring at a time when the Internet was just beginning—the current range of resources for students is enormous.
August 20, 2014 | Kurt Morris
Have you ever written the ultimate idea for your book on a scrap of paper, only to lose it later?
Have you ever misfiled an important citation or research file for your book or article project?
I used to spend an inordinate amount of time digging through my filing cabinets trying to find the research I needed to write my dissertation. However, in early 2011 I stumbled upon an app that made me a more productive and better organized writer: Evernote.