Tool of the Week: Google Scholar (and your own Scholar Profile)

Google Scholar is a cool tool to find research papers.  If you find a paper you like, you can find similar papers by looking at who cited that paper, and who that paper cited.  (web of knowledge has similar features, but will you require you be at a university or using a VPN to access).  What I've never done before is click...Read More

Tool of the Week: Mendeley

Mendeley is a program that sorts and organizes PDFs, allowing you to easily keep track of papers you've read.  Mendeley allows you to highlight and take notes on your PDFs, and all of your notes (as well as the full text of PDFs) are searchable... so you can quit saying "I read a paper somewhere..." and find exactly where it...Read More