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Ben Johnston on New Scholarly Annotation Tools

This session looked at current and future methods of annotating and analyzing text and multimedia materials for scholarly work. From the bookmarking and annotation of webpages, to commenting Word documents for review, and the marking up of XML versions of manuscripts, annotation can take many different forms and be used in many different ways.

EndNote v Zotero: The latest Skirmish in the Open Source War

Thomson Reuters, the provider of EndNote, a bibliographic manager used by researchers, scholarly writers, and librarians to create bibliographies, manage footnotes, and generally organize references and related files, has filed suit against George Mason...

Emerging Tools for Research and Instruction

The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation is interested in promoting the application of digital technologies to academic research as well as learning and teaching. The Foundation also supports investigations of new technical approaches to the archiving...

Firefox Scholar Released (Now Called Zotero)

A group of scholars at George Mason University released a free Web-browser enhancement this month designed especially for other scholars. The project, which was originally called Firefox Scholar, is now called Zotero. The goal...