Tag Archives: research tools

Cool Tool | Credo

When students need to conduct research, it’s imperative they have access to a variety of options and viewpoints; of course, those options must be reliable, credible, and easy to access. That is what makes the Credo Online Reference Service platform … Continue reading

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Twisting Fate

An influential music and entertainment exec with a bright view brings lessons to education. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero Named one of Fast Company’s Most Influential Women in Technology (2010), Julie was most recently one of the founding members of … Continue reading

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Strength in Understanding

Driving new edtech through student data analysis. GUEST COLUMN | by Emily Gover Many educators on Twitter often ask about who develops ed tech, but more importantly, why and how. What is the motivation? Why build one tool over another? … Continue reading

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Interview | Exploring and Discovering with Mendeley

As Victor Henning was studying for his Ph.D, he and his friends Jan and Paul (Mendeleys’ other founders) were finding it hard to manage the hundreds of papers and articles they needed to read. Storing, indexing and referencing so many … Continue reading

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