Category Archives: Referencing

Note-taking for life not just academics

Richard Feynman knew his stuff. Had he not, he probably wouldn’t have won the Nobel Prize in Physics, let alone his various other prestigious scientific awards.

Because of his proven track record and approaches that are easy to understand and implement, using his techniques (from the video, below) and usage of concepts such as those in Cornell Notes, there are resources and techniques that can be used in everyday life, let alone learning – at any age.

You can watch his video below, and/or read his article here

Citations:

Education in Science - OpenCulture and Feynman, R. (2018) Richard Feynman’s “Notebook Technique” Will Help You Learn Any Subject–at School, at Work, or in Life, Open Culture. Available at: http://www.openculture.com/2017/04/richard-feynmans-notebook-technique-will-help-you-learn-any-subject.html (Accessed: 2 December 2018).

Using Zotero in WordPress

Welcome to our WordPress Digital Skills training site.
This is a ‘post’ – similar to a new page but simply a snapshot comment to add to the site.  Here is an example of my using the Zotero addin “zotpress” (WordPress: plugins: zotpress) that is also available on smartphones and standalone (see https://www.zotero.org/download/).

This is a reference to a book by Ray and Bapty called “Landscape and Hegemony” .

This can be very useful creating something like a ‘communications passport’ to help communicate an idea without being in risk of plagiarism (click here for example).

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