An Interesting Infographic Featuring 12 Good Chrome Extensions for Research Students

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June 19, 2016
The visual below is based on a post we shared here a few days ago. It features a number of important Chrome extensions to help students research during the different stages in a research process. We arranged these extensions under four main headings: Search and curation (Diigo Web Collector, Google scholar, Evernote Web Clipper), Reading and annotation  (Readability, DocHub, Notable PDF), Taking notes ( Google Keep and Note Anywhere), Bibliography and citations (EasyBib, Cite This for Me, Zotero Connector).

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