I use hypothes.is for annotating PDFs (and websites). This works best, however, if the PDFs are online somewhere.
I use Zotero and Paperpile for citation management. Zotero in particular, stores all the PDFs that I collect via my bibliography locally in a very fragmented directory structure (each entry in the bibliography manager is its own directory, meaning in my case, the PDFs are spread over 7000 sub-directories.
So what I want to do is the following:
- find and extract all downloaded PDFs in my Zotero folders
- upload them to a (private) bibliographic server, where I can use hypothes. Read the rest of this entry »
For years, every class at the University of Lethbridge has been given webspace and a mailing list. While the mailing list is well-known to instructors (it is the list “XXXXNNNNx@uleth.ca” that you use to make announcements to the class as a whole), the webspace is far less well known. This document (mostly a reminder to myself) shows you how you can use online tools to manage this.