I have officially made the transition away from paper note-taking and I love it! I never thought I would actually do it, but you really can type so much faster than you can write! So, I started exploring using my
If you have the means to buy a tablet, I highly suggest it if you’re a student, especially a science student. This has streamlined my note-taking so much, so many resources are compiled onto one slim piece of equipment, my backpack is lighter….really the list just goes on.
Here is a quick list of the apps that I use on my
I have tried SO MANY note-taking apps. I can’t tell you how much money I’ve spent on them. I really like the layout of OneNote and Outline+ (the fantastic streamlined app that OneNote should have been), but I ended up disliking them because syncing was such a pain. I tried
Okay so if you’re new to the iPad/Apple world, then you’ll be bombarded
iAnnotate – Great for annotating and highlighting
PubMed on Tap – I love this because it puts PubMed right at my fingertips. I do occasionally have some issues with the interface though, and sometimes I find it’s just easier to go on Safari or Google
I’ve switched to an electronic notebook and I LOVE it! At
Mendeley (or Papers)
I’ll tell you right now that I haven’t used Papers (I don’t have a Mac!) but I will stress to you that it is really important to have
I hope that’s helpful! Comment below if you have any other questions about types of applications you utilize!