Google has made its citation service open to everyone. If you have anything published, you can create a profile and add your citations. Google will provide citation metrics so you can track how many times your articles have been cited. It’s easy to create a profile, so go for it! View mine here!
I recently signed up for a webinar on Mendeley, which just released it’s 1.0 version. I had experimented with the beta version some time ago and then quickly forgot about it, as I delved more deeply into Zotero and the cumbersome, inflated Endnote (which is paid for by my university and offered for free to poor doctoral Continue Reading →
I will be presenting as a part of the Technology Petting Zoo at the SEFLIN regional conference on July 14th, if you are in Southeast Florida during that time. One of my research interests is the use of media tablets (particularly the iPad) in mobile learning (mlearning). In this presentation I will be demonstrating how Continue Reading →