Dear Grad Student

Essential Grad School Resources: Citation Managers, Programming, & Productivity

August 24, 2020 Elana M. Gloger, M.S. Episode 2
Dear Grad Student
Essential Grad School Resources: Citation Managers, Programming, & Productivity
Show Notes

In this episode of Dear Grad Student, Elana chats with the co-hosts of 'You Can Grad School' (@can_grad), Dustin Haraden (@DustinHaraden) and Kate McCormick (@k8_mcc), about FREE research and productivity resources for every student scientist. This episode also includes Elana admitting she doesn't use a citation manager as a 4th year PhD student, Dustin trying to make everyone's life easier and, and Kate embarrassing Dustin.

Here are the resources mentioned in this episode (this episode is not sponsored):

Sci-Hub — FREE

Zotero — FREE Citation Manager (and life saver)

Purdue OWL — FREE help with citation styles and formatting

• Google Scholar Browser Extension — the easiest (FREE) way to find PDFs since sliced bread: Chrome OR Firefox

Mendeley — FREE Citation Manager (owned by Elsevier)

R & RStudio — FREE programming software for statistics, website building, and manuscript writing:
--> Dustin's recommendation for beginners: https://r4ds.had.co.nz
--> Elana's recommendation for beginners: https://swirlstats.com

JASP — FREE statistic software

• (Academic) Twitter

StorkApp.me — FREE daily notifications about freshly published journal articles based on keywords related to YOUR research

Notion — FREE all-in-one productivity app


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