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iPads and Research

June 19th, 2012

I’ve spent some time this month looking at various workflow models for conducting research (primarily library research) with an iPad. During that time I’ve found a number of helpful blog posts. The first six are part of a series of blog posts Macdrifter wrote on how he does research with the iPad. In fact, go fishing around on the blog. Good stuff to be found there.

Macdrifter on Doing Research with an iPad, part 1 (the browser)

Macdrifter on Doing Research with an iPad, part 2 (reference material)

Macdrifter on Doing Research with an iPad, part 3a (sketching app review)

Macdrifter on Doing Research with an iPad, part 3b (sketching workflow overview)

Macdrifter on Doing Research with an iPad, part 4 (plain text link)

Macdrifter on Doing Research with an iPad, part 5 (working with source material)

The next set of posts is a bit of a catch-all, but some good info.

iPads and website annotating

iCab Mobile, a very feature-rich browser

Macdrifter on PDF reading on the iPad

iPads and Evernote and Skitch

-Rebecca Johnson

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