by cengel on October 23, 2012 at 3:31 pm
Claudia Engel, Academic Technology Specialist
Regina Roberts, Subject Bibliographer
Carlos Seligo, Academic Technology Specialist
A number of iPad software apps support reading, reviewing, editing, archiving, and sharing documents. The increasing popularity of the device among students and faculty raises questions about the usefulness of those in the context of research: How to manage bibliographies? How to store and share annotations? How to access online academic journals? We will each showcase an iPad app we use for this purpose (GoodReader, Papers, and CloudeOn) and discuss pros and cons. Please bring your iPad and share your experiences.
Claudia Engel, PhD, is Academic Technology Specialist for the Anthropology Department. She routinely evaluates mobile devices for anthropological field research. Regina Roberts is Subject Bibliographer for Anthropology, Communications, Feminist Studies, Lusophone Africa, and Sociology. She leads the Research and Instruction task force of the Stanford Libraries Mobile User Group (SUL-MUG). Carlos Seligo, PhD, is Academic Technology Specialist for the program in Human Biology. He is currently co-authoring an iBook textbook.
Monday October 29th, 2012, 12:00-1:05 pm
Conference Room, Building 50, Room 51A
View the flyer.
Claudia’s notes on Goodreader here.
Carlos’ notes on Papers here.