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Technology to Support Your Research

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Dr. Michael M. Grant suggests ways technology can be used to support your research in each phase, including awareness, literature searches, data collection, data analysis, reporting and writing, and …

Dr. Michael M. Grant suggests ways technology can be used to support your research in each phase, including awareness, literature searches, data collection, data analysis, reporting and writing, and dissemination.

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  • 1. Using Technology to Support Your Research
    Michael M. Grant, Ph.D.
    The University of Memphis
    Michael M. Grant 2010
  • 2. Michael M. Grant
  • 3. http://viralnotebook.pbworks.com/Using-Technology-to-Support-Your-Research
  • 4. Awareness
  • 5. Content updates from your field
    Awareness
  • 6. Table of contents updates
  • 7. Email updates
  • 8. Search alerts
  • 9. Social bookmarking
    Awareness
  • 10. delicious
  • 11. Diigo
  • 12. Social networking
    Awareness
  • 13. LinkedIn
  • 14. Twitter
  • 15. Annotation & Reference Management
  • 16. Mendeley
  • 17. Mendeley
  • 18. citeulike
  • 19. Zotero
  • 20. Zotero
  • 21. RefWorks
  • 22. EndNote
  • 23. Exporting citations
  • 24. Exporting citations
  • 25. Data Collection
  • 26. Surveys
    Data Collection
  • 27. Google Docs Forms
  • 28. Google Docs Forms
  • 29. Survey Monkey
  • 30. Zoomerang
  • 31. Formsite
  • 32. SPSS’s suite
  • 33. Interview
    Data Collection
  • 34. Google Voice
  • 35. Skype with plugins
  • 36. Web page screen captures
    Data Collection
  • 37. Aviary.com’s Talon
  • 38. Data Analysis
  • 39. SPSS now owned by IBM
  • 40. SAS
  • 41. Nvivo
  • 42. Atlas/Ti
  • 43. Transana
  • 44. Reporting & Writing
  • 45. Word processing
    Reporting
  • 46. Microsoft Word + templates
  • 47. Open Office/NeoOffice
  • 48. Google Docs
  • 49. Concept mapping
    Reporting
  • 50. Concept mapping
  • 51. Concept mapping
  • 52. Freemind
  • 53. Editing
    Reporting
  • 54. Word’s Autosummarize
  • 55. Wordle
  • 56. Collaboration
  • 57. Dissemination
  • 58. Online journals
    Disseminations
  • 59. Virtual Conferences
    Dissemination
  • 60. Your online presence
    Dissemination
  • 61. Questions?
    mgrant2@memphis.edu
    http://viral-notebook.com
  • 62. Michael M. Grant 2010