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Reading, writing, and study skills: Technology You Should know

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Slides for a session run at the IT Learning Centre at University of Oxford as part of the Digiknow series.

http://digiknow.sbsblogs.co.uk

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Reading, writing, and study skills: Technology You Should know

  1. 1. Reading, Writing, and Study Skills: Tech You Should Know
  2. 2. Easier reading More writing Better notes Simpler referencing Organisation
  3. 3. bit.ly/da-assistive-tech
  4. 4. https://canvas.sbs.ox.ac.uk/courses/56
  5. 5. Areas of focus
  6. 6. Low investment Medium investment High investment
  7. 7. Reading productivity
  8. 8. Tip 1: Bigger text and line spacing means faster reading.
  9. 9. Tip 2: Listen to your readings to get more reading done and save your eyes.
  10. 10. Tip 3: Find the right tablet / app combination.
  11. 11. What makes reading easier
  12. 12. More space Audio support Audio only
  13. 13. Ctrl - +
  14. 14. Reading with your ears
  15. 15. Listening tips • Learn to listen at higher speed • Modify document • Learn shortcuts to skip and pause
  16. 16. Listening tools • Word • Speak Screen • @Aloud • Pocket • Reading Pen
  17. 17. Navigation
  18. 18. Importance of structure and navigation for sreategic reading https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Reading&oldid=869151057
  19. 19. Abstract Introduction Methods Results Discussion Conclusion Acknowledgements References
  20. 20. Highlighting and notetaking
  21. 21. Writing productivity
  22. 22. Tip 1: Dictation is now good enough for most people.
  23. 23. Tip 2: Learn how to use Headings in Word for outlines and ToCs.
  24. 24. Tip 3: Schedule time every day to write in the same place – measure progress.
  25. 25. Tip 4: Save hours writing academic essays with a reference manager. Zotero is free.
  26. 26. Tip 5: You may find it quicker to write your drafts with distraction free editors.
  27. 27. Tools for Writing
  28. 28. Outlining
  29. 29. Outlines Mindmaps
  30. 30. Outline made with Checkvist
  31. 31. Mindmap made with XMind
  32. 32. Skills • Keyboard • Process Tools • XMind • Checkvist • Word
  33. 33. Word as outliner
  34. 34. Universal outlining shortcuts
  35. 35. Creating a nested list without a mouse
  36. 36. Advanced outlining shortcuts
  37. 37. Creating a document outline without a mouse (Shift-Alt-LEFT/RIGHT)
  38. 38. Moving items without a mouse (Shift-Alt-UP/DOWN)
  39. 39. Long-form writing
  40. 40. Manage a long document with Navigation
  41. 41. Insert and update table of contents in 1 click
  42. 42. Export to PDF with bookmarks
  43. 43. PDF with structure
  44. 44. Scrivener, Gingko, Manuskript – other long-form
  45. 45. Referencing
  46. 46. https://canvas.sbs.ox.ac.uk/courses/56
  47. 47. More guides libguides.bodleian.ox.ac.uk/ reference-management
  48. 48. Dictation
  49. 49. Dictation in Office 365
  50. 50. Voice Typing in Google Docs
  51. 51. Distraction-free
  52. 52. Typora.io
  53. 53. WriteMonkey
  54. 54. iA Writer
  55. 55. Language tools
  56. 56. iWeb Corpus Word is better than a thesaurus
  57. 57. Hemingway app helps with readability
  58. 58. Grammar and spelling: Grammarly, Ginger, etc.
  59. 59. Predictive typing: Lightkey, WordQ, Co:Writer
  60. 60. Tools and strategies for organisation
  61. 61. Types of solutions Single barrier removal Adopt a method Lifestyle change
  62. 62. Types of advice Life hacks Systems Routines
  63. 63. Cognitive hacks
  64. 64. Reduce number of decisions Reduce seek time Increase awareness of time
  65. 65. Brain has capacity for a finite number of decisions in a day regardless of importance?
  66. 66. Numbered names reduce visual search
  67. 67. File trees help with organising your thoughts
  68. 68. Search instead of looking
  69. 69. Win-Tab shows Task View
  70. 70. Colour-code your calendar
  71. 71. Apps for routines Streaks Momentum Fabulous
  72. 72. More tools
  73. 73. Pen / paper Calendars To do lists Note taking apps Project managers Time trackers Distraction reducers Routines / habit trackers Keyboard shortcuts
  74. 74. AnyDo Todoist Trello Checkvist
  75. 75. Features to look for Sync Outlining Location alerts
  76. 76. Onenote Evernote Google Keep Bear
  77. 77. Google Keep is great for quick notes
  78. 78. Evernote is more linear
  79. 79. OneNote is more visual
  80. 80. Audio Notetaking
  81. 81. Where to learn more
  82. 82. Blogs • Lifehacker • Doist Podcasts • Coretex • Back to work People • Friends / colleagues • Teachers
  83. 83. Dominik Lukes Dominik.Lukes@sbs.ox.ac.uk 127

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